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Lomography Orca film!

Okay… I’ve been shooting with the Lomography 110 format films for a while now. Both the color Tiger and black and white Orca films. Well, I just had my first batch of the Lomography Orca developed. 110 black and white? Why yes! It’s a lot of fun. All these shots were taken with my little Rollei A110


Railroad tracks in Dexter for the August Ann Arbor Area Crappy Camera Club meeting with sunburst. I love shooting into the sun! Taken with Rollei A110

The Detroit Institute of Arts’ Rivera Court

A barn in Saline, Michigan

Abandoned hotel in Saline, Michigan with hole in the roof…

Too much film?

Okay. Through Lomography, I’ve ordered a bunch of film. Yikes! Yes, I am a 110 junkie so I had to order 10 rolls of the Lomography Orca Black and White 110. I mean, 110 was discontinued in 2009. I was super excited that somebody brought the 110 format back! I have been stocking up on 110 film since it’s demise in 2009. But then they released the Color Tiger 110 film too. So, I ordered five cartridges of that as well. Ouch.

And today, they send me an email about their film subscription service. Man, am I a sucker. I signed up for this too…

Guest Posting!

Hello fatcatimages fans! I’ve been guest blogging for Erin at My Beautiful Disaster recently. Stop over and see the posts. One is on my camera collection. The other is about my fascination with 110 format film!

110 Cameras

110 Cameras, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

My 110 camera collection. Here we have a Voigtländer Vitoret 110 EL, a Rollei A110, two Minolta Autopak 450Es, a Minolta Autopak 470, a Minolta 110 Zoom SLR, a Pentax Auto 110, a MiniShot 110 Compact, a Koadk Winner 110. a Keystone XR108 and a Superheadz Ikimono 110 keychain camera. Shot with the iPhone and processed with the picfx and Photo Toaster apps…

Bride and Groom

Bride and Groom, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Here is a shot of a bride and groom and their photographer and videographer in Budapest, Hungary – August 2011. This is a scanned in negative of 110 format film from my Rollei A110. There were a lot of weddings that day…


Penny, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

The fat cat that is the inspiration for this blog. Shot on 110 film with my Rollei A110. I was a little too close for the focus…


Arches, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

This image was shot on 110 film from my Rollei A110 while in Budapest, Hungary. Not a bad shot from 110 eh?

Budapest in 110 format

Budapest in 110 format, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

A view of Parliament in Budapest, shot from my Rollei A110 camera. Yes – a 110 format print… sub-miniature photography!