I have an assortment of vintage film cameras that friends and relatives have given to me over the years. Recently, I decided to take one for a spin. For this first adventure, I chose my dad’s old Kodak Brownie Target Six-20 box camera. It shoots 620 film (which is basically a repackaging of 120 film). I found a place online that sells hand-rolled film and bought a roll of Kodak T-Max 100. I walked around the neighborhood during the mid-day bright sun and shot all eight exposures. I carefully rolled the film up, sealed it in the light-tight container it arrived in, and sent it off to a processing lab in California. They’ll develop the film and create high-resolution scans which I’ll download from their website soon. I’m anxiously awaiting the results!