film photography

3D Film Photos with the Nashika N8000

Damn this camera is cool.

I recently scored a Nishika N8000. If you were like me a few weeks ago, you have no idea what this camera is. In short, this camera is more or less a toy camera. It's cheaply made, and doesn't have any bells or whistles, but it has one very very cool trick up its sleeve... It can take 3D photos.


It has four lenses that expose a scene all at once on a long strip of 35mm film. After you get your film developed and scanned, you need to go into Photoshop and lay each image over one another and create an animated gif. Of course the photos aren't really 3D, but when the photos loop left to right and back again, it gives the appearance of a 3D image.

Below are some shots I was able to capture with this cool cheap camera.



Anza Borrego - Film Photography

I visited the harsh desert of Anza Borrego, also know as Borrego Springs, in Southern California, about two weeks ago. And about one week ago, I received my developed film back from the lab.

I used 4 different cameras on this trip:

1. Yashica TL Electro X (35mm film)

2. Mamiya 645 Pro (Medium format film)

3. Voightlander Jubilar (Medium format film)

4. Canon 60D (Digital)

The images below were shot with my Yashica TL Electro X 35mm film camera. Click or tap on the images to view full size.

The images below were shot with my Mamiya 645 Pro medium format film camera. Click or tap on the images to view full size.

The images below were shot with my Voightlander Jubilar medium format film camera. Click or tap on the images to view full size.

Pug Life – Yashica TL Electro X

Update: Check out my Yashica TL Electro-X Review on my new Film Photography Club website here:

Last weekend I went to visit my cousins in Carlsbad San Diego. They just got a new puppy, a little pug, and she made for a great photo subject.

She was super hyper, and mostly wanted to bite my fingers off, but I was able to get a few shots.

I shot these on my Yashica TL Electro X, using my Yashinon 50mm 1.7 lens. I was shooting on Ilford FP4.

B&W Film Portrait – Yashica TL Electro X

Last week I shot a few photos in my garage with my buddy Kelsey. I was testing out my new Alien Bee 400 strobe with the Paul C. Buff 64" Parabolic Umbrella and my 35mm Yashica TL Electro X. 

I was shooting on Ilford FP4 Plus which is a 125 speed film. I was using a 50mm prime at around f2.8. Shutter speed was at 125.

I'll be posting some photos and video of the gear mentioned above very soon.

Here are some of the photos... These photos haven't been photoshopped either, they're untouched scans of the developed film.