There’s lots to see and read about out there on the internet already about this 35mm film camera, so I figured it was worth adding my own experience of it. First of all I’ve owned three, but now only have one. I lost the first one in Barcelona in 2010 in a mugging, and it […]
Here are two pretty similar images in my mind. Hardly identical of course, but they’re both fuzzy, indistinct, taken on cheap, low-spec cameras and detailing fairly mundane subject matter. They were both taken by me too and they’re both on my Flickr photostream. The image on the left has had 212 views (and 8 favourites) […]
Six years ago I worked at a pretty uninspiring industrial estate in Bicester. Yet, it obviously wasn’t that uninspiring, since I just realised that I took all these photos… Interesting how the same place is rendered very differently by different cameras and film. From the top we have a modified medium format box camera (I […]
Came across this site after a few Google searches… http://www.djibnet.com/photo/veebotique/.
…(here is one and here is another) appear to have written about the Bi-Cam concept and used my photo from Flickr. If you haven’t seen a Bi-Cam before, it has a lens at the front and a pinhole on the back. Here’s mine. and this is the type of photo it can take Interesting to […]
Originally written for the Epic Edits 80 Film Cameras for Under 50 Dollars! project. I sometimes take pictures with a Konica C35 that I bought at a car-boot sale in 2005 for £4. It’s a very small rangefinder camera with automatic shutter and aperture, although I discovered when I got the camera home that it […]
…you developed colour film in black and white chemicals? Well, you get a negative of sorts. Having just shot a whole roll of 200 ASA film in a camera set to 400 ASA, I got a bit concerned about sending it off to a lab who were not going to realise what I'd done and […]
The other day I got an Agfa Click for £1 This was cool enough in itself, as it’s not only a great vintage medium format plastic camera, but I also have the sister model the Agfa Clack. The Clack takes 8 shots on a 120 film and the Click takes 12. But even cooler was […]