It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. I finally used the Sprocket Rocket in “ideal” conditions, exposing exactly where it falls apart and where it succeeds. In my initial review, I discovered that I enjoyed taking the Sprocket Rocket out. It didn’t add any weight to whatever I had it in, it was a great conversation starter, …
Sprocket Rocket Teal 2.0 // Lomography
If you’ve been following OWL BOT for a couple years you’ll know how much sprocket photography I do. The combination of the wide, cinema-like aspect ratio traditionally only seen with cameras like the XPan and the sort-of Punk Rock aesthetic of using the wrong film in the wrong camera and seeing the parts of the negative you’re not “supposed” to …
Britni Sumida // Sprocket Models
While filming the second lookbook for P&Co’s “Dark Daze” collection we took the time to snap some Sprocket Shots with Britni Sumida.
Peter Troy & Briana Stimmel // Sprocket Models
While out in Palm Springs shooting the P&Co Summer ’18 Lookbook, we took the time to break out the RZ67 and snap some Sprocket Shots.
Rachel Dashae // Sprocket Models
After the failures/lessons of the first two Sprocket Photography experiments, we’re finally able to take some proper photos! In this first installment of Sprocket Models, we’ve got Rachel Dashae out of Pittsburgh. At the end of February we shot a few rolls of expired Fuji Superia X-TRA 400 for this project in West Los Angeles, cutting it up about our …
Sprocket Shots Pt.2
In our last Sprocket Shot article we discussed how by loading the film in to our Medium Format camera backwards, we get Redscale Photographs. This effect happens because “there is a strong color shift to red due to the red-sensitive layer of the film being exposed first, rather than last [the red layer is normally the bottom layer in C-41 …
Sprocket Shots Pt.1
In which we accidentally shoot the entire roll in redscale.
35mm to 120 Adapters
We are now selling the 35mm to 120 film adapters used to shoot Sprocket Photography.
Development // Omar Kenji
Omar Kenji shows you how to develop color film in your bathroom.