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Of course, the hero to arrive and revolutionize colour photography was Kodak. In 1935, Kodak introduced their first ‘tripack’ film and labeled it as Kodachrome.…

Film to be discontinued Kodak Ektar 100 If you are just starting out with film photography, you’ll want an easy-to-use film that delivers great results. Kodak…

The Universal Camera Corporation was founded in 1932 by partners Otto W. Githens and Jacob J. Shapiro in New York City. Its initial base of operations was…

If you hop in the car and drive a few hours in just about any direction you’re going to find more beauty than you ever imagined. The best time to view fall…

Taking the Alternative Energy Plunge When my wife and I moved to Arizona, we found a comfortable home on several acres with a view of the mountains. There was…

My Canon AE-1 is still a very well loved camera among many photographers who love shooting film. Walk around Manhattan and Brooklyn, and you’re bound to find at…

I just recently pick up my old Canon AE-1. My first camera was the Holga, a real gem. But, 120 film got to be a little frustrating at times, and I decided to…

Old Chatham, New York, Hudson River Valley How far do you have to travel to find some of the most b beautiful scenery in America has to offer? In the case of…

It was a historically significant camera as it was the very first 35mm SLR camera to offer through the lens (TTL) metering. The RE Super was a large and…

Although I've professed my love for film many times, I've always love the key ingredient to the analog experience. Namely, developing film and printing in the…

When it was launched in 1956, advertisements of the time claimed the Rittreck to be the world’s most versatile Single Lens Reflex (SLR). It’s a statement that…

I absolutely love my RB67. It’s a beautiful piece of equipment, one that I enjoy taking out at the end of a session just too selfishly shoot a roll of film…
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