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A few snaps taken with my Instamatic Reflex and a Schneider-Kreuznach 28mm 'S-Series' lens, as much so that I could say that I had actually used one of these cameras as to show what they were capable of. The two pictures above were taken within a few minutes of each other on the northwest coast of Jersey C.I., in August, the two below a few evenings later from a location about a mile away. The picture at the bottom left was taken that same evening, about half an hour after sunset, and took several seconds to expose. The "blob" in the sky really is the moon. The bottom right picture was taken a few weeks later from the southwest corner of the island. All the pictures were taken on a tripod using the automatic exposure of the camera on 100ASA film.












Pictures and text by Chris Eve


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