Thorne House (film)

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    I finally got my first roll of film back that I took with my old OKAKO camera. Everything seems to be working but their is a pretty bad light leak at the bottom. When they made the prints they croped the bottom of all the pics off. I think I've found where the leak is and I will fix it next time with electrical tape!

    OKAKO Waltax Junior
    Fuji Neopan 100 across

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    1. becky04181949 49 months ago | reply

      The light leak looks okay here, Mark!!! Gorgeous house. Beautifully done!!

    2. facenorth 49 months ago | reply

      lol, I started with the shot of the camera first, and said I can't wait to see your shots with it! May I have been a way too! Love everything about this!

    3. Boreal_13 48 months ago | reply

      The character of that camera is just fantastic!!

    4. builder24car 48 months ago | reply

      This is really nice Mark, great shot!

    5. History Rambler 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks everybody!

    6. wildorange55 48 months ago | reply

      love this! even with the light leak. makes it even better if you ask me. :)

    7. tcpix 48 months ago | reply

      Terrific image, Mark. I love the effect you got here.

    8. gone girl [ negative-nowhere ] 48 months ago | reply

      the light leak gives it a soft and sort of ghostly look that's really nice
      love those big old columns!

    9. OpenSpaces PrairiePlaces 48 months ago | reply

      Oh wow! you took this with the old camera? I love this, it looks like something out of the past! Awesome. This has really inspired me to use my 1950s camera.

    10. History Rambler 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks folks!!

      Yes I did. I'd love to see some pics taken with your old camera!

    11. dagmaf 48 months ago | reply

      We would appreciate you for posting this photo in our pool.
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    12. EdgecombePlanter 48 months ago | reply

      Great photo, Mark! Great house, too!

    13. ggodwin2010 48 months ago | reply

      Nice. I love these old houses.

    14. Universal Pops (David)--Badly Needs Bandwidth 48 months ago | reply

      Interesting pediment and fabulous roofline.

    15. cathemoel 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the background on the camera and the presses tin--it truly adds to our enjoyment.

    16. jm_army8911 [deleted] 48 months ago | reply

      great shot

    17. Suzanham 48 months ago | reply

      I like the effect, gives it camera
      I saw this in
      Southern Photographers - Southern Images Thanks for sharing with us!

    18. @PAkDocK / 47 months ago | reply

      Awesome light and moment. Great!!

    19. Scott Farrar - dsfdawg 46 months ago | reply

      Incredible! You guys have such great places in NC!

    20. ariel is . . . 23 months ago | reply

      I'm swooning....this is so beautiful.

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