The 6 Most Iconic Cameras

Guest post by Elise Lévêque (@elise_gkbcinc) with GKBCinc. Here’s my run-down of the six most iconic cameras ever to have been created… photo credit: Thomas Backa Polaroid SX-70 (1972) I can’t make a list of the most i [...]

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Approaches to Scanning Negative Film

[tweetmeme]This guest article was written by Sam Agnew. You can find Sam on Flickr or on his personal photography blog: Smash and Grab Photography. Also check out his last guest post (series of 4) on scanning workflow. Chromes Are [...]

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Film Cameras for Advanced Shooters

[tweetmeme]The previous article in this mini-series looked at Film Cameras for Intermediates, and prior to that we looked at Film Cameras for Beginners. So here we are at the end of this series with the advanced cameras. For the p [...]

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Want “New” Cameras? Ask Family and Friends!

photo credit: Βethan [tweetmeme]The great thing about film photography is the huge number of old film cameras out there. They’re usually cheap, most still work, they’re fun to use, and they look great. I love having a [...]

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Gakkenflex: The Review

First off, if you haven’t read the recent post explaining what’s been happening here, then it might be worth catching up. As I mentioned in the comments of that post, my darkroom was flooded…While I didn’t [...]

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The 6 Most Iconic Cameras

Posted on 07 June 2012

Guest post by Elise Lévêque (@elise_gkbcinc) with GKBCinc. Here’s my run-down of the six most iconic cameras ever to have been created… photo credit: Thomas Backa Polaroid SX-70 (1972) I can’t make a list of the most i [...] Continue Reading

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Sun-Print Paper

Posted on 17 October 2010

You may remember the brief piece on Printing Out Paper. I mentioned that I’d bought some Sun-Print Paper. I tried it out this week – it needs bright sun for the quickest results, but the fading evening sun work just as [...] Continue Reading

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Digital Darkside

Approaches to Scanning Negative Film

Posted on 11 October 2011

This guest article was written by Sam Agnew. You can find Sam on Flickr or on his personal photography blog: Smash and Grab Photography. Also check out his last guest post (series of 4) on scanning workflow. Chromes Are Easy Slide [...] Continue Reading

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Ritter Bicycle

Posted on 27 October 2010

Ritter Bicycle by Thomas Boesgaard Photography on flickr Image selected from the group pool It’s probable you could track my moods and emotions with these flickr posts. I do have a purpose more than just what I write here wh [...] Continue Reading

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Want “New” Cameras? Ask Family and Friends!

Posted on 11 January 2011

photo credit: Βethan The great thing about film photography is the huge number of old film cameras out there. They’re usually cheap, most still work, they’re fun to use, and they look great. I love having a bunch of c [...] Continue Reading

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