5 Frames of Redscale with my Voigtlander Brilliant
Lomochrome Redscale and my 1932 Voigtlander
Unfortunately this is just another example of life interfering with one's hobby. I've terribly neglected my recently acquired 1932 Voigtlander Brilliant, in that I've only shot 2 or 3 rolls with it. It's such a fun and beautiful little camera, it really doesn't deserve this kind of neglect.
I think I may have somewhat remedied this situation though, in that I just quit the Ceramics dept. at the college where I taught at (irreconcilable differences with a colleague who imagines they're my boss). I don't know how long I'll be officially amongst the ranks of the unemployed though, as I'm in talks to possibly take a job teaching animation at the same school (I used to be an animator).
As usual, I digress too much though. I had a roll of Lomochrome Redscale just sitting around waiting to be shot, so I thought I'd try it in the Voigtlander. These shots aren't too special at all, but it's all I got for today. They're from a recent walk in the northern area of my neighborhood and were developed by The Darkroom in San Clemente.