Everything Is Terrible Part 2: Electric Boogaloo

Everything Is Terrible at Eaton Canyon, California. Nimslo gif shot by Jim Newberry.
Everything Is Terrible at Eaton Canyon, California. Nimslo gif shot by Jim Newberry.
Everything Is Terrible at Eaton Canyon, California. Nimslo gif shot by Jim Newberry.

More photos of Everything Is Terrible at Eaton Canyon, but this time 100% giffier! Shot with a Nimslo. (Part 1 is here.)

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  1. G’day there Jim,

    I wanted to mention that this collection of photographs is a real triumph. Colours (sorry, Australian), costumes and location are a marriage made in Intergalatic Heaven.
    I had never heard of the Nimslo until today. So thank you.
    After reading about the camera on Wiki, finding a facebook page and checking prices on eBay, I am super keen to obtain one for myself.
    Do you have any obvious advice for a beginner.
    Ahhh, yes of course! I read that there are no known developers that use the specific equipment required to process the film. Is this true and if so, is it a question of scanning the film and processing it digitally oneself?
    Apologies for the barrage of questions, but this little beauty has got me rather enthused.
    Appreciate any feedback.
    Have a rippa one what ever you’re enduring and may the upcoming gigs provide great health, wealth and prosperity to you, your brethern and the many humans that eagerly await EIT’s trans-dimensional arrival.

    Sincerely,

    Ohanzee Molimo

    High Chancellor of Erebos Melaena

  2. Thanks for the feedback!

    The Nimslo uses regular 35mm film; black and white or color negative, or slide film, which you can get developed normally. If you want 3d prints, that’s a little bit trickier, you need to find a place that makes lenticular prints. If you do a web search you can find them online. For these EIT pictures, I used regular color negative (“color print”), had it developed in the traditional way, and scanned the film at home. Then I made the gifs with Photoshop.

    I’ll have a tutorial for this at my new site, http://www.piccoach.com before long, stay tuned.

    Thanks for the kind words! You have a rippa one too!

    best,

    Jim

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