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The Yashica Mat 124G was my first introduction to medium format film photography. And what a fine introduction it was. Speaking in terms of value for money…

The Chesapeake deadrise is a purpose-built powerboat designed to meet the challenges of working the Bay. Its basic design evolved over about 140 years of hard…

In just 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver, via Sky Train, you can discover the Royal City. New Westminster was founded by the Royal Engineers under the…

Whether your passion for photography took root in the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s or the noughties, we all have a first camera that got us started. We’ve collated…

Located along the state line between Kansas and Oklahoma, the City of Kiowa is a town with a population of 1,026. Wheat farming has long been one of Kiowa’s…

I own many 35mm film cameras and my favorite without a doubt is the Kiev 10. It’s an automatic camera that doesn’t use batteries. Everything is powered by…

San Miguel De Allende is a popular destination for tourists, retirees, and artists. The downtown area of this small city is a UNESCO World Heritage site and…

The Fuji GW690III is a ith a fixed 90mm F/3.5 lens, and requires no batteries at all!! The Camera takes 120 film, which is still widely available today, and…

I had a 48-hour layover in London on my flight to New York from Singapore, this was first long haul fight. What you can do is going to depend on which 24…

Everywhere you turn during summer in New York City, something exciting is happening. There are free outdoor concerts and movies all around the five boroughs,…

Colorado mountain town dreams in Ouray, Colorado. Tucked into the San Juan Mountains, Ouray, Colorado really is a hidden jewel. Those who know its secrets, ice…

French trappers are responsible for naming the three peaks now known as the South, Middle, and Grand Teton. They called the mountains “Les Trois Tetons,” or…
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