Don’t Work My Man So Hard

Don't Work My Man So Hard

Don’t Work My Man So Hard
Camera: Argus C3 (1940)
Film: Mystery Kodak (maybe Tri-X from the 70s); 64iso
Process: HC-110; 1+200; 120min
Carlsbad, New Mexico


2 thoughts on “Don’t Work My Man So Hard

    1. Thanks so much!

      The camera I used here is an Argus C3. If you’re at all interested in using vintage cameras, this is the one to get. They’re cheap. I picked this up for $15. I got lucky, but usually they don’t go for more than $30ish. These things are heavy and not even a little bit easy to hold. But the photos you get out of them are magical.

      The film is old Kodak Tri-X, I think. I bought a bulk loader and this was in it already. I accidentally exposed it to the light a bit, and now it’s got that ghostly look around the top edges.

      Film photography might seem a bit overwhelming at first, but it’s actually pretty simple. Hell, it’s how everyone took photos not that long ago. If grandma can do it, so can you! 🙂

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