Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Vintage Russian Camera and Working Polaroid

Working in Madison yesterday, a local photographer was poaching the scenery at the UW Lifesaving Station, and doing a model shoot using some interesting equipment. His main camera was a Russian knock off of a classic Leica, and vintage, but working Polaroid camera. They were doing a "pin-up" style shoot, and I offered a tour of the Lifesaving Station. Now, I explained my interests in photography, which seem to be on the exact opposite of the spectrum. He also had an assistant, which was shooting 8mm film. The polaroids turned out great, and it's nice to meet other photographers and chat about their work. Check out his webpage, which I can only describe as "Not generally safe for work..."

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