Quote Originally Posted by Matus Kalisky View Post
S - after few bad images (handshake, dirty rollers) I managed to get something better looking:





I used tripod for both images as I realized that the film has ISO 125 and as the lens is slow (f/8 if I am not mistaken) it is more of an 'outdoor' camera. But the photos really do have charm. I have actually one more, but the model did not want to sign the release

EDIT: I do not have a scanner, so a P&S had to do what caused some reflections as the photos are glossy.
Wow really great exposure!! I'm shocked that's the SX-70? I need to get mine fixed the one that works is the auto and it stinks.

These are great


~Stone

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