Mild-Life Crises….What can happen….

….when you cram a roll (or two) of expired 35mm color film into a cheap plastic Chinese camera that is meant to hold 120 film…..

….among other things, you get sprocket-holes….

…the film is Fuji NPH color negative…

…says so right there in the film strip edge….otherwise I would have had no idea…

…shot sometime around 2008-2010-ish….maybe….

…expired sometime around 2004-2005 or so….

…(only reason I know this is that this film was only made from 2002-2004)…

…the camera is the (cheap, plastic, Chinese) Holga…

…the Quintessence of Crappaliciousness…

(but more that a little fun to play with…man, I love those blues…)

(…this is also what can happen when you forgot what you had learned about keeping the exposures separate…)

2020 – 081/366 – Mild Life Crisis II — Sneakin’….

…through the alley with Holga…

…Kodak E100GX 120 color slide film…

…expired sometime around 2002-2005…

…shot sometime around I-don’t-know-when…

…(2007? 2008?)…

…first roll I had put in the Holga for a while…

…I was getting used to its primitiveness again…

…a double (or is it triple?) exposure on the last one…

It was perhaps Holga images that gave me my (possibly unhealthy) penchant for the vignette in all its myriad forms…..these here being a wholly natural result of the Holga’s inherent plastic crappiness.