The James Bond 007 bag collection – by David Lo David Lo is back, with another fantastical selection of dream bag drawings. This time though his subject is the most British of instituions, James Bond. Oozing with class, sophistication and deadly intent, David’s bag drawings take us into the world of the gentleman spy.
Figosa camera straps Figosa straps first came to my attention a while back when someone linked me to them on twitter. And I liked what I saw, hand made Italian leather camera straps, crafted with passion. Now I have one and I can tell you, they are worth every penny.
Tokyo Used Camera Fair Report The start of the summertime and the fair is in town, but instead of candy floss, soggy hotdogs and incorrect change, this is the used camera fair from the Imported Camera Society of Japan. Read on and see some gems.
Vest Pocket Kodak Autographic Recently a very dear friend and mentor was kind enough to give me a very beautiful camera as a touching gift. When I saw the box I didn’t know what it was, but once I opened it I soon got to see and learn a bit about this beautiful camera. So, […]
Premium compact cameras – A buyers guide One of the big questions I get is “which compact camera is best for me….?” Now this is a question that is very hard for me to answer, as each person has their own shooting style, and requirements from a camera. I have written guides in the past […]
The Darktimer – Darkroom photography app Recently Paulo Brukmann contacted me with something that he had come up with in his spare time, an app for use in the darkroom. I think this is a very useful idea, so I thought it would be nice to share it with you. Mixing modern technology with classic […]
Beginner’s Guide to Polaroid: Part II (Peel-Apart Film) by Phil Shen Phil is back with part two of this fantastic guide into the world of polaroid. Come and learn a bit more about peel apart film.
Shooting Film AND Digital Anyone who understands and loves photography knows that the subject isn’t a matter of the calling the moment of ultimate triumph of digital over analogue. Both approaches have their merits and this blog post describes how to get the most out of using both.
Japancamerahunter Soft Releases I don’t know about you, but I love a good soft release…oooer. But seriously, I do rather like having a soft release button on my camera. I feel like it gives me more control and makes for faster shooting. An added bonus is that it personalizes your camera, which I think a […]
Camera Repainting and Modification A while ago I made a post about the great Kanto camera, and some of the services they offer. Well, I liked their service so much and I was so impressed with what they had on offer I decided to get something done for myself. A little reward for all of […]