Camera Geekery: FED 50 review Stephen Dowling from over at Zorkiphoto is a regular contributor to the site. And this time he shares with us a piece that was originally featured over on his site. A great little review of a camera that can be picked up for next to nothing. The FED 50, the […]
In your bag No: 1273, Marc Holstein Marc is a returnee with a couple of bags for us. Perfect Sunday afternoon viewing. Check them out. My name is Marc Holstein and i am a photographer based in Frankfurt Germany. My bag has previously been featured on your blog and it has evolved a bit since […]
In your bag No: 1235, John L. Jaeggli Today we don’t have a readers bag, but his grandfathers bag! Jacob shares with us the bag that his grandfather carried around Europe in the years after WWII. There is also a fascinating story of a camera taken during the war and returned. I just wish there […]
If a camera could tell a story Sometimes I wonder what story a camera would tell if it could. We can see a visual record of everything that camera has seen, as long as we know the provenance of that camera and have access to all of the images it took. But that is almost […]
In your bag 742, Samuel Lintern I have been meaning to feature this bag for a while. Not just because of the cameras, but for the various assortment of geekery that is close to my own heart. This one is a perfect start for 2014.
In your bag 711, Fernando Moreno OK, it is time for a truly epic bag shot. And this is it. Because it is not just one, but three bags. Fernando shares with us his fantastic gear. This is how you do it.
The Unsung Heroes of 35mm Photography – Part I (SLRs) by Dan K In this article Dan K follows up on his popular article Dan K’s Top 10 SLRs [http://www.japancamerahunter.com/2013/06/dan-ks-top-10-manual-film-slrs/]. This time, he explores the cameras that are unappreciated by collectors and neglected most reviewers, but remain outstanding choices for the budget-minded enthusiast.