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New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner

New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
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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)

Connect with Sam: Website | Instagram 

35mm Film Photography Feature New Zealand on a Toy Camera on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film
New Zealand on the 35mm Flowercam by Sam Tanner on Shoot It With Film

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