A moment of time stopped

A month ago, when my family was here, the “kids” used some older cameras and actual film. We have done stories on this before of course, but it is fascinating… for me at least to my life playing out in different film textures.

Summer day 2021

It does freeze time, and in a way allows us all to play with time. The texture of the film is the key, lense distortion and bad lighting. New digital cameras have a way of figuring out the light. Older cameras don’t. The skill of the Photographer and the darkroom dodge and burning, were all part of the ..art… Not that  Mollie O Art BTW.

Looking at the bilge pump working! Thats timeless.

It would be cool to capture a boat show next year with different vintage cameras and film.  In the meantime enjoy some timeless images of some simple boat rides. Shot just last month. Thanks to LOWTIMERS for the photos. 

The clock even is stopped

Love the hair on the right. Timeless hair on fill action

Timeless Portrait

Blue old film skies ahead

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8 Responses to “Timeless Film Time, One More Time.”
  1. Cameron

    You must be so pleased with those photos, Matt. They look fantastic; classic boating on old film, timeless!

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  2. John F Rothert

    yeah, take some film shots at a boat show…good idea…let’s do that.

    Going Boating this beautiful weekend to escape 10K wino festival in Powhatan Va.

    John in Va.

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  3. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)

    35 mm SLR shots were cool. I still have my old Canon SLR with all the lenses. As I said the other day I still have 4 unused rolls of Kodachrome. The trouble is where do you get the film developed?

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