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 […]