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Episode #2 of my video series, Flirting with Film is now available on my YouTube channel. Hang out with me as I burn through a roll of medium format in Central Park. Watch me shoot the snowy landscapes and scenery […]
I’ve had my Argus C3 “the Brick” (manufactured between 1939-1957) for several years but never thought to put film in it to see if it actually worked. It was purchased out of a sales bin for some $5 or so, […]
Here are the results of my test shoot today with the Minolta XG-7. This is a 35mm film camera introduced in 1977. It was the first camera I used for serious photography. This was from a series of shots around […]
My renewed interest in film recently resulted in the purchase of a used Mamiya camera. As I noted in my newsletter, I went out to do some comparison testing between the Mamiya and my Brownie Bull’s-Eye. I thought some might […]
The other day I posted an introduction to the Kodak Brownie Bull’s-Eye Medium Format film camera where I mentioned that the camera is designed to use the now defunct 620 roll film format. Fortunately, 120 roll film remains a popular […]
Yesterday’s post talked about loading the Bull’s-Eye. For reference, here’s a quick video Dedra shot while I was unloading a test roll.