Camera Geekery: Jose Luis Gonzalez

Camera Geekery: Jose Luis Gonzalez I get to see some pretty impressive collections doing this job, but often they are presented pretty badly (phone snapshots being a major culprit). Jose Luis Gonzalez is the other extreme, his light painting images of his cameras are some of the most impressive cameraporn I have ever seen. There […]

Camera Review: MiNT InstantFlex TL70 2.0

Review: MiNT InstantFlex TL70 2.0 A while back we featured Joe Curzon‘s excellent review of the Original InstantFlex TL70, which was very well received. Now MiNT have upgraded the InstantFlex with the 2.0 version. And Joe has been kind enough to come back and give us another review. Check it out. At the end of May […]

Camera Geekery: The Leica M3J

Camera Geekery: The Leica M3J There have been several special edition modern Leica cameras over the years, some might say too many. But every now and again an extra special one is made. And this is it, the stunning Leica M3J. A true modern classic. Leica Ginza has been responsible for several beautiful cameras over the […]

Camera Geekery: JCH Soft Release Buttons

Camera Geekery: JCH Soft Release Buttons Just in time for summer, I have a whole bunch of new colours available for the JCH Soft Release Buttons. Now you can match the colour to your mood, or you clothes or something.   The JCH Soft Release Buttons have been really popular now and often sell out. So […]

Camera Geekery: The Nikon L35AF

Camera Geekery: The Nikon L35AF Tina Kino guest reviews this classic little beastie for us. The wonderful Nikon L35AF. The lens on this camera is outstanding, and has a strong fan base. If you are not familiar with this great camera then read on a learn something new. The Nikon L35AF – and some other […]

Camera Geekery: Minolta SRT 100X review

Minolta SRT 100X review Stephen Dowling is back again with another great camera review. This time for a camera that often lives in the shadow of its contemporaries. But don’t be fooled, this camera is no slouch. Minolta might not have been as iconic a camera company as Japan’s Big Four – Canon, Nikon, Olympus and […]

Camera Review: Fujifilm GX 680 III S Professional

Camera Review: Fujifilm GX 680 III S Professional Joe Curzon is back with another camera review. And he always picks the outsiders. This time it could be considered the ultimate outsider. A gigantic camera that hardly anyone has used. But Joe has, and he has written about it. Check it out. Gear Acquisition Syndrome is […]

Camera Geekery: Custom Cameras by Dora Goodman

Camera Geekery: Custom Cameras by Dora Goodman Recently whilst bumbling around on instagram I came across some fascinating and beautiful custom cameras (I found them through @kameracraft, who you should follow). They were mesmerising and proving to be extremely popular. So I got in touch with the creator of these masterpieces. Dora Goodman shares a […]

Camera Geekery: Fujicolor 30th Anniversary Disposable Camera

Camera Geekery: Fujicolor 30th Anniversary Disposable Camera You might have seen these on my instagram. Just recently FujiFilm (in their arcane wisdom) decided to release this rather spiffy limited edition 30th anniversary disposable camera. Pretty cool huh? You know, the marketing department at Fuji completely baffles me. They taketh away, and then they giveth. Everything […]

Reflecting on shooting with The Impossible Project film

Reflecting on shooting with The Impossible Project film Cengiz returns to the site with a great review of The Impossible Project film which he has been using for his project, Syria’s Children, where he documents the lives of refugee children. Check it this excellent piece. Based between Chicago and Iraq, Cengiz is a documentary photographer and freelance […]