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Today, we’re featuring documentary film photographer Sam Tanner and his experiment with the Flowercam. The Flowercam is a fun, toy camera literally in the shape of a flower. Here are a few words from Sam about using this awesome little camera…
I picked up this little gem (flower) many months ago at an op shop after fiddling with it enough to realize it appeared to actually work. A stag do and accompanying antics seemed like the perfect occasion to give it it’s first outing. I used one roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 over the course of the weekend, pushed to 1600 in processing as I had only a rough guess about what the fixed settings might be. (Read more and watch a video about my experience with the Flowercam on my website here.)
Analog cameras and films used: 35mm Flowercam | Kodak Tri-X 400 pushed 2 stops (Find on Amazon)