The first photo is from a Holga. A cheap plastic camera that shoots 120 film. The lens is terrible, you can't really focus it, and the shutter and aperture are always f11 at 1/100th second. With practice, you can get some nice stuff from a Holga. Or in my case, with luck. This is one of the only ones that came out, and I really dig it. Shot on 1600 film last year I think.
The second two come from the same roll on a real working TLR (twin lens reflex) camera. Has shutter and aperture controls. And it works great. The first shot was taken outside a rally for President Barack Obama at a high school in Nashua, New Hampshire. I ended up losing the names of the women. They knew they weren't getting into the school but were still hoping to see the president.
The last one is from the NHL 2010 Bridgestone Winter Classic at Fenway Park between the Flyers and the Bruins. I wish I had more interesting stuff from there but I did have a game to shoot.
Let me know what you think.
Boston, MA - 2009???: Boston Red Sox shortstop Dustin Pedroia takes the field during a game at Fenway Park. Photo by Matthew Healey.