|Happy Accident - Tim Irving|
The image above was taken because I wanted to incorporate sprocket holes into the picure. The only way I know of doing this is to use 35mm film in a 120 (medium format) camera. Incidentally, the negative wasn't scanned, I re-photographed it.
Running 35mm film through a 120 or 620 camera is very easy to do as you can see by the sequence below:
|The items you'll need: A roll film camera, 35mm film, polystyrene packing foam, black adhesive tape|
|Insert the 35mm film into the camera, add the foam to keep the film central - Pull the film across to the take up spool and wind 2 full turns|
|Close the camera back and stick tape over the windows to prevent fogging|
|Make a mark on the wind on knob|
I wound the film 2 full turns for each exposure. The spacing is uneven and overlapping, but for my purposes it really doesn't matter. So now you know how to do it, good luck.