Meet Oscar.



Short names are nice

because you can pee them with ease. I can usually write my first middle and last. I didnt have enough pee this time. If The weather keeps up like this then I will probably have no problem with doing that in the future.















I have a hard time trashing the borders.
45 second exposure
3 minute development
Fucked it up


White Walls

Are meant for hanging.


The Get Up Kids!

I already miss them.

1st Gen Emo FTW

Super Duper Shooter 1: Part 2

So fixing the jamming problem is actually extremely easy. On the color packs/super shooters the metal spring snaps off quickly. As for the land cameras(with bellows; 210, 200, 250, 190, 195, etc.) some heating and bending the spring can solve the pressure problem.



I just twisted the spring a little and the plastic just snapped off.

Fuji FP-100C on the left and Polaroid on the right.
It was simple to switch the plastic Fuji backing with the metal Polaroid one. You can easily slide the backing off of the polaroid and slide it on to a Fuji pack but I feel like there is more of a chance to mess things up and its only a temporary fix. I'd suggest breaking or bending the spring because it was so easy and effortless.

Super Duper Shooter I

A problem with using and Fuji peel apart films in Polaroid cameras is the film pack materials. Polaroid packs were made of metal and Fuji are made of plastic. The springs that press the film flush against the pack are too strong for the plastic packs. Don't fret, its a simple fix. The tab ripped on this exposure. The proper way to fix it is to crack the back open slightly (in low light) and slowly pull the tab that ripped out past the locking mechanism. This should allow the black tab to pass the door and allow for development. Take care with the first 4 exposures, as they are the most prone to ripping/jamming. If you are lucky and happen to have done some research before loading your camera, there are several precautions that can be done to avoiding this problem completely. Pull slowly and straight.

1. If you happen to have an empty Polaroid cartridge, you can swap the metal back plate with the plastic one.
2. You can break off the springs or heat and bend them slightly to relieve pressure.

I have yet to finish this pack of film so we will see what is the easiest of the methods later. For now here is the first double exposure that was surprising not lost. This was probably a 3 minute exposure of the ramp and a minute exposure of fire. I really love the vignette, as for the softness I cannot decide.

Better instructions/descriptions of problems here.



language of origin?
can i get the definition please?
the act of being hypnotized by pizza.

bonus points for sriracha


Supa Dupa Fly

bonus to the one who knows the reference

Super Duper Shooter I

I made a pinhole camera out of a Polaroid Super Shooter that I got for $5.
Here it is with out the face plate.

Lens board taken off.

Body hacked

Here it is finished. Glued two matte boards to use as a lens board. The lens is made from a soda can and the shutter a piece of heavy card stock. The kinks are being worked out but some of exposures are looking decent. Here are the videos for this tutorial.

Part 1

Part 2

Im working on getting the images scanned and they will be posted when ever the scheduled posts decides it is an opportune time.



We got one. House show in the works, hopefully.

John's taking our grillbeque pit out for a walk.

He has become a professional grillbeque model.



The state of Minnesota made of cheese with a native born Minnesotan.


Rockets, Man

Launched some rockets this weekend. We decided they needed a space barbie.

It didnt turn out too well for her. The bottom exploded and charred the blast pad and her legs.