{‘Roid Week 2013} Banana-Banana

(click the photo to view it at a larger size – it’s better BIGGER!)

I’d really been cross at myself for not putting more film through my Polaroid Spectra/Minolta Instant Pro cameras after procuring them last Christmas. So much film photography to do, so little time!  I decided to stop being cross at myself  by ordering a few packs of Impossible Project PZ 680 Color Protection film last month. I couldn’t decide which camera to use the PZ 680 film in, so I did both! I’ve become a bit of an expert at transferring Impossible Project film into different cameras 🙂 So I first loaded this film pack into the Minolta. Then put it in the Polaroid. And I finished it off in the Minolta.

The above photos were the first two I took when I loaded the film into the Minolta. I wasn’t happy with the exposure on the first photo, so I immediately took another. The exposure wasn’t any better on the second try! However, since the reason I was photographing this banana was because I thought its curvature was unlike that of any other banana I’d ever seen, I rather like the abstract nature that the underexposure of these photos creates.

Minolta Instant Pro w/Close-up lens attached • Impossible Project PZ 680 Color Protection

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