Combo #103 (Kent Kangley)

By on March 25, 2013
Lens:  Bettie XL 
Film:  Ina's 1935 
Flash: off

"I enjoy the Mission HipstaPak because the Bettie XL lens and Ina's 1935 film work so well together. I love light leaks, and Bettie brings that in spades. It also has a washed out overexposed quality and plenty of lint-like dust particles in the picture. The film has a white border that fades on the inside but is otherwise neutral. The light leaks, lint and even the border all rotate so that every picture is a little bit different. The effect is to give it an authentic analog look that makes it look like the photos have been left in a shoe box by a window for 20 years, and that's a look that I love.
Kent Kangley

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