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This little Nikon L35 AFD has been one of the more fun cameras that I have been working with this past year. It is a nice compact camera that can fit in the pocket of your jacket making it easy to take anywhere and everywhere. It’s easy to use and has given me great resultsContinue reading “Agfa APX 400 x Nikon L35 AFD”
We are back again with some more Black & White Photography with a roll of Kodak TMAX 400 that I shot using a Lomo Lubitel 166B medium format camera. I have developed a complicated relationship with this camera. On one side I love the look and feel of it on the other it is aContinue reading “Lomo Lubitel 166B x Kodak TMAX 400”
It’s late April. Today the sun is shining but it is still cold. Too cold for my tastes so I find myself tucked away in my office working on this before I run off to work this afternoon. Covid is still hanging on in this part of the world and has taken out everyone whoContinue reading “Ilford HP5 400 x Nikon F80”
A few weeks ago I made a post about Rollei Retro 80s film and I was quite happy with how well that film performed. It had high contrast which is something that I desire, and I was ready to try some other Rollei films to see if they would give me the snappy high contrastContinue reading “Olympus 35 SP x Rollei Retro 400S”
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