DIY Clocks!

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Here's an oldie but goodie from 2010 when I use to work with my favorite wrapper Shasta. One of the many perks of working for a design firm is the awesome samples and swag paper companies send. Neenah Paper, for example, sent their lovely paper samples as a clock making kit. Pretty cool right? 35mm film Shasta and I ended up using the same wood grain clock face, but she added a twist by combining the cuckoo clock pattern with the wood grain.

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35mm film Here's Shasta cutting and pasting away.

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iPhone And here's my mine.

SF-London Film Swap

London-SF Film Swap

Here are some photos from a film swap I took part in organized by the SF Toy Camera Meetup Group. I got a roll shot by a fellow named Nico and used my Holga 135 to take my exposures. Some of my favorite shots were the ones I took of people exposed over the textured scenes from London.

London-SF Film Swap
London-SF Film Swap

I totally lucked out with this one. I love that the dancers (from a "flash" dance mob in Union Sq) are layered on top of a lake with tiny people walking along the water.

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I love these a lot too, but I wish the scans turned out better. Meh.

London-SF Film Swap

The randomness of our shots seemed to work well together.

London-SF Film Swap

Many of Nico's exposures were of a fair of some sort which was exciting to see, but bummed me a bit since I wasn't there and that the photos weren't taken by me. WaahWaah! (j/k)

London-SF Film Swap

If you wanna see more and what other members from the group did, check 'em out on Flickr.

P.S. If there's a someone with the 120 roll I originally shot and sent over to London, I would love to see them!