15
Dec
08

Baggage, Or The Ultimate Found Photo.

Anyone who has a thing for cameras and gets them used will tell you that from time to time, there’s film that someone else exposed (or shot, depending on what the pictures look like, I guess) left in the cameras. Such is what happened to me when I got my first Hasselblad.

It had a roll of some kind of Kodak film in it. I dropped it at the local camera store (and this has got to be almost 10 years ago) so I could see what treasures awaited me.

When I got the film back, it was woefully dark. I tried to print a contact sheet to get a feel for what was there and couldn’t see anything. I quickly gave up but never got rid of the negs. Imagine my surprise when I scanned a couple the other day to find that there were really images there.

Someone had a holiday at the shore apparently. The rest of the story is up to your imagination. If this kind of thing intrigues you, do a quick google search for “found photos” and have a good time. This magazine may also interest you, though it’s not just photographs.

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