Monochrome Monday: Kodak JR.

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 100 | f/2 | 1/60 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 560 | f/2.8 | 1/60 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 2500 | f/2.8 | 1/320 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 320 | f/2.8 | 1/320 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 100 | f/2 | 1/60 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 100 | f/2 | 1/60 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 1250 | f/2.8 | 1/60 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 100 | f/2.8 | 1/30 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 280 | f/1.8 | 1/200 ss

Monochrome Monday Kodak Jr {living outside the stacks}

Nikon D3100 | Nikkor 35mm f/1:1.8G lens | ISO 180 | f/2 | 1/60 ss

The Hubs bought this vintage Kodak Jr for me about a year ago and I absolutely adore it. I’m not sure if it works {probably not} and wouldn’t begin to know how to use it even if it did. I do, however, love walking into my home and seeing it on my mantle.

Last week, Janet Broughton of Definitely Dreaming posted this photography exercise on her blog and I decided to take the challenge. It has been a long time since I’ve picked up my camera {except to take What I Wore photos} and I’ve been feeling the need to flex my creative muscles. Or, at least, get inspired to pick up my camera again.

I shot a few of my photos in black and white and a couple of others were processed from color to black and white using PicMonkey. Can you tell which is which?

I’ll be doing this exercise again. I like that it made me look at the camera from different angles. I also experimented with manual focus for getting tighter shots. Even though some of the shots look similar, there are subtle differences. Kinda like that little game we used to play when we were kids, where you had to spot what’s different between the two drawings.

Next time, I’ll aim for more unique shots. This was just about having fun and trying something new.

Happy Monday!

Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}

 

 

 

 

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