Monthly Archives: February 2014

Shooting in the Dark!

I love finding the areas of any city that come alive at night and capturing monochrome images with a handheld medium format camera. Rangefinders are probably the ideal tool for this sort of application. They’re easy to carry and easy … Continue reading

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Dadgum Light Leaks!

OK, first things first. The word light leak usually implies a mechanical failure on the part of the camera. No such thing in this case. After all, we’re talking about the Fuji GF670! I took this beautiful camera with me … Continue reading

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SMC Pentax 67 45mm f/4 Test Roll 3

The third roll was shot on Neopan 100 Acros, a rather amazing film that develops ridiculously quickly in SPD stock solution. 4 minutes and 15 seconds! Many traditionalists would reject that time outright, but it’s what Fuji recommends. Somehow they … Continue reading

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SMC Pentax 67 45mm f/4 Test Roll 2

Here are a few selections from the second roll which was shot on Ilford HP5 Plus 400 with the Pentax 67ii.

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The Last Lens for my 67ii?

Of course the question mark is the most important part of the title. After all, who knows the future! But the fact of the matter is that I’ve amassed a pretty sweet collection of lenses for the Pentax 67ii. I … Continue reading

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The Camera That Changed The World!

That’s what I always tell myself when I see a clean copy of the Minolta Alpha 7000 on the shelf. I suppose the fact that they are usually priced at somewhere between $3 and $5 may be a factor as … Continue reading

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500 Faces

I love the collection of stone images at the Jobokuin Temple near our house. The expressions on the faces are just amazing! It’s easy to spend a lot of time there just looking at them, one after another. Today I … Continue reading

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