piper robbins n' things

Expired Sensia 400 cross processed 

Lomochrome adventures at Mile Rock Beach in San Francisco.

This roll of Superia did quite nicely with the light on my living room floor. I love the gold tones. LC-Wide Fuji Superia 200. 

Kitty’s name is Arbus by the way. :)

This roll of Superia did quite nicely with the light on my living room floor. I love the gold tones. LC-Wide Fuji Superia 200. 

Kitty’s name is Arbus by the way. :)

My dear friend Shane lives in his grandparents house in New Albany, IN. It’s full of antiques, memorabilia and artwork from the earliest days of the city. The house is also home to the practice space for his band, so it’s decorated with instruments, and it’s one of my favorite places to shoot. Here are the first few shots I took over Easter weekend. More to come soon. 

Still trying to make this LomoChrome work. These were shot this Easter on the Diana F+ and the Splitzer. I love the 1st one, but it seems like the film might not take to multiple exposures very well, or you don’t need to under expose as you normally would. More experimentation soon!

I shot my first roll of 120 LomoChrome last month in my Yashica. I stuck pretty close to the 400iso metering. I think I’m going to wait until there is a bit more foliage before I try it again. It’s a fun film, but I think the effect gets much stronger when photographing more color. 

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Rolleiflex Camera House

Camera Enthusiast Builds a Coffee Shop Shaped Like an Enormous Rolleiflex Camera. the fact that there’s a two-story building somewhere in the world that’s constructed to look like a giant Rolleiflex Camera; that the walk-in camera doubles as a coffee shop and miniature camera museum; or that the entire endeavor is the brainchild of a former helicopter pilot for the South Korean airforce. Located about 6 miles east of Seoul, South Korea, The Dreamy Camera should be high on the list for any coffee or camera enthusiast heading to the area.

Yes. Definitely.

(via asylum-art)

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1860s, [carte de visite portrait of a young woman, possibly a performer, with a whip, a stuffed tiger, and lion; inked on recto “La Belle Louise”]
via Cowan’s Auctions

So creepy… I love I love it.

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1860s, [carte de visite portrait of a young woman, possibly a performer, with a whip, a stuffed tiger, and lion; inked on recto “La Belle Louise”]

via Cowan’s Auctions

So creepy… I love I love it.

Rhea - Bodega Bay 

Rhea - Bodega Bay