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Monday, June 8, 2020

Smena 35, On Black-and-White Conversion II

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LOMO Smena 35

#AnalogDiary - Film photography favorites, five frames with a LOMO Smena 35 with images converted to black-and-white, Part II

Another batch of images was shot on an outing with the Smena 35, a very interesting Russian LOMO 35mm viewfinder film camera. Often available at the lowest of prices at auction sites, and manufactured with its all-plastic body, the LOMO do come with a fascinating lens. The Triplet T-43 40mm F4 is a highly regarded '3 lens anastigmat' built-in coated glass kit lens with aperture setting from F4 to F16 and a shutter speed range from 1/15 to 1/250 second and B.

LOMO Smena 35

The shutter on the camera is cocked separately from the film wind and can be operated independently and repeatedly over a single film frame, making multiple exposures, both intentionally or unintentionally, interestingly possible. I have yet to go into this mode with my review unit, and will probably plan for it shortly.

These images were shot on a roll of expired Kodak ColorPlus 200, scanned, and post-processed initially on the defunct Olympus Viewer 3 (OV3). The conversion and final enhancement of the black-and-white images were done on Microsoft Photos.




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