A trip to the Santa Barbara Zoo is always a pleasant way to spend a day . . .
My first roll through the now-repaired Olympus Trip 35, with Kodak UltraMax 400. So nice to have this little camera back!
My husband and I clambered up the hill full bore to catch this, and the rush was worthwhile. It was one of those last minute, hurry up, let’s do it! type of thing . . .
I think this says it all!
3 images taken on film and merged in MS ICE. This is a wide angle without a wide angle lens.
I bought an Olympus OM-1n with the standard kit lens, a 50mm f1.8 OM mount, a few weeks ago. As with every camera, it has to be tested – especially if listed in “excellent” condition. As always, KEH comes through with quality used photography equipment!
The 50mm lens is really nice – it does a good job with bokeh and sharpness of detail Here it is demonstrated on a red columbine at the local botanical garden, using UltraMax 400 and scanned with my Pakon.
I can see why a lot of people like this camera. It was a total pleasure to use – easy, lightweight, compact, and a perfect fit for my hands.
From a walk on the nearby local college campus, using the Olympus Om-1n, OM mount 50mm f1.8, and Ultramax 400 film. I scanned it with my Pakon 135 and did post in LR and On1.
Interesting use of the words “grab” and “fresh” . . . . I mean “fun”!
I’ve been editing and reviewing my years of taking photos. This was shot in 2003, and I never realized just how darn funny it is! This is at the Monterrey Bay Aquarium in California, taken with the Olympus C3000Z.