April 6, 2010

Fuji FP-3000B - Chuck E Cheese







So, you might be thinking to yourself, "hey, these don't look like your normal instant film scans you put on your blog". Well, you are right. And the next question you might be asking yourself is, "wow, what actions did he use to get this look?". Well, the answer is, NOTHING. Up until this shoot, I usually just chuck the negative that comes with the instant print I get. It is goopy, smelly and actually, I think rather toxic. Well, this time, I laid them out to dry during the 3.5 hours I spent with the 4 kids @ Chuck E Cheese (Weston and Callie were in the hospital - he has since come home). Anyway, these are straight scans from my Epson 4990. The only thing I did to them was do my toning for b/w.

If you want this film, you can get it HERE.

And someone, please, please, please consider having me just shoot this film and this film only for your wedding/event/party. It is so, so amazing. These scans don't do the prints or negs justice.

5 comments:

esther.beazer said...

they look like solarized prints! there awesome!

Kjrsten said...

I use an old polaroid land camera and everytime I throw these away I secretly want to keep them! Now I am rethinking the tossing of my polaroid negatives! Even the color ones! So thanks again JON!

Christopher Wilocki said...

I just did the same thing this weekend! I had to wipe off the bottom where all the "stuff" kinda ends up.

Lindsey said...

Wow, these pictures somehow make Chuck E Cheese look a little less disgusting :)

jp said...

no other kid will have pictures like these. love them