Lomo LC-A+: Laurel Valley Village & Sugar Plantation

Another roll from a couple of weeks ago.

688891-R1-18-5, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

688891-R1-12-11, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

Amite must have manufactured a lot of farm equipment back in the day, I’ve seen a lot of junk with the town’s name on it–once on an episode of American Pickers.

688891-R1-03-20, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

688891-R1-06-17, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

688891-R1-01-23, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

688891-R1-00-24, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

688891-R1-02-21, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

I got my 110 cartridge film back from Dwayne’s last week and was pretty disappointed, the film is not fully advancing, resulting in a lot of half-assed double exposures. For some reason it seems to happen more with the B&W cartridges, which is a shame because it makes beautiful prints. I don’t think it’s the camera, when I open and close it with the door open, the little gear that advances the film turns properly. It almost feels like the cartridge is jammed in there too tightly, it’s very stiff when it’s loaded. I’m sure I can fix it if I fiddle with it, but it’s frustrating that I’ll have to spend $20 on buying film and getting it developed, and waiting 2 weeks for Dwayne’s to develop it and mail it back, before I even know if it worked. Anyone got any experience with 110 film and/or cameras?

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