On our recent snow adventures, while I was firing away on the Mark 2, James was using a Holgaroid camera and some of his images are just too beautiful to not share. A Holga is a plastic, piece of crap medium format camera with a fixed plastic lens. The images it makes have a beautiful soft focus and a weird dreamy quality that's very unique. Polaroid instant film has its own weird and idiosyncratic qualities so put a Polaroid back onto a Holga camera and you have a very Frankensteinish analog image making tool. The film he had was also expired which adds another interesting variable to the mix. Enjoy.
Thanks, James, for letting me post these. Gorgeous stuff.
Here's another analog experiment we did a few years ago - a short film shot digitally through a medium format portrait camera.
The Model Maker (Director: James Buckley, DP: Ben Cain)