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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.

In your bag No: 600 – Dan K

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In your bag No: 600, Dan K Wow, 600 bag shots! Another milestone. And in honour of that we have a very special bag today. Dan K is back and with a spiffing bag for us. This one is a bit special and bigger than usual, with technical breakdowns and some shots taken with the […]

A buyers guide to e-Bay by Dan K Dan is back, and this time he chips in on the eBay debate. As many of you may know I am not a big fan of the site, but it has its uses. Dan outlines the typical challenges and pitfalls, and how you can avoid them.

Dan K’s Top 10 Manual Film SLRs Dan K is back, with a great rundown of the best manual film SLR’s. Come and read, maybe you will learn something new, maybe you will have something to share. If you are new to film and looking for an SLR guide, this would be a great start.

Lomography for Newbies

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Lomography for Newbies Preface: The exciting toy-camera artistic movement has exploded in recent years. More and more people are having a go. Some are experienced, expert photographers who want to lighten up and play without obsessing over detail, some are comparative film neophytes who are intrigued by brightly coloured, trendy looking toy cameras and the […]

Your First 10,000 Photographs May Include Some of Your Best by Dan K After a recent comment on this site, Dan K has been kind enough to share with us his thoughts on one of the most well known, perhaps overused and possibly misquoted photography quotes of all time. Over to you Dan.

Film for the Digital Photographer – Cameras, By Dan K Dan K returns with part 2 of this 3 part series on film for digital photographers. In this article Dan outlines film choices available for people just getting into film (and some for old hands too).

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.