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For this series I used my 35mm Olympus OM2n and 50mm lens. The film was Ilford FP4 developed in Ilford ID11 developer for 11 minutes @20 deg C. The negatives…

Finally I found some time to develop the large format negatives I shot at Pin Mill last week. I’m still learning as I go, but it’s very gratifying to be able to…

Another oldie in my small collection, The Praktica super TL. A basic SLR camera from Dresden Germany. Made from May 1968 until January 1976. It is stylish…

The free day before my music course began in Wales this week was a wonderful luxury – an opportunity to take my time and do whatever I wanted. AS well as the…

When I visited St. John’s Church, Duxford earlier this month I also took along my pinhole camera for some slower exposures. This time I went armed with some…

So often I pop a film camera in my bag as an extra item, even though I know I take better photos when I focus fully on either digital or film photography. One…

During my recent visits to Brightlingsea and Hawkedon I shot some pinhole photos alongside my digital camera. The majority of my pinhole work is in monochrome,…

Exakta was founded in 1912 and made some very good quality cameras. The compâny is considered to have introduced the first slr camera , the Kine exakta in 1936…

I had a single sheet of film left in one of my film holders as I drove home on Friday afternoon, just asking to be exposed. It seemed a shame not to use it, so…

Following my visit to Brightlingsea yesterday one of today’s tasks was to develop my 4x5 pinhole negatives. Shooting with a large format pinhole camera is not…

The Contax RX is a 35 mm single-lens reflex camera produced by Kyocera in 1994. Being under the Kyocera line, it used Carl Zeiss lenses with its popular…
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