I recommend! – Camera-wiki.org

I use this site a lot, every time I get a new - old - camera, I look it up here, to find out more about it.I also - if the camera is listed - add a link to it on all my "a stroll with" posts. If you are up for it. It's...

A few frames from a Kodak BW400CN – part 2

Kodak BW400CN ISO: 400Film format: 120Developed: At the local labCamera: Mamiya RZ67 pro IIExpired: Yes, date unknown Earlier I made a post with the 35mm version, find it here. This is a black and white film that is developed in a C41 developer. I...

Loose thoughts: What is the difference between a viewfinder and a point and shot camera?

The though struck me one day, and I realized that I wasn't sure what the exact different is. Because it's not like the Point and Shoot camera don't have a viewfinder, and you can also point and shoot with a viewfinder camera. I looked around the internet for an answer, but didn't really find any. So I turned to the...

June 2019

Camera: Fuji GW690III - Film: Kodak Portra 160

A 53-year-old GEVAPAN

GEVAPAN 33, ISO 250 (EI 16), 120 Film I used this one in the expired film day event on Twitter. It's one of the oldest film I ever tried, it expired July 1966. I have no idea of how the film was stored before I got it, but...

A few frames from a Kodak BW400CN

Kodak BW400CN ISO: 400Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At the local labCamera: Canon AT-1Expired: Yes, date unknown I have a soft spot for this Kodak BW400CN film - Kodak's color developed, black and white film - unfortunately they don't make it anymore, so I have only tried it in expired...

My son’s first analog photo

This is my 3-year-old son Balder's very first analog photo. It was made with a FED4 camera.He tried a Minolta S7 at first, but the shutter was too hard for him to push down. I focused and made sure the shutter speed and aperture was correct, before he made the photo.It was supposed to...

I recommend! – Twitter

If you don't already have a Twitter account, I highly recommend that you go make one asap. Because I haven't found another place with a better - and nicer - film community on the web. The people here are so nice and will help you with any film/analog related question you may have.

A few frames from a Kodak Gold 200

Kodak Gold 200 ISO: 200Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At the local labCamera: Leica Z2XExpired: Yes, date unknown There is not much to say, about the Gold 200, other than I really like the warm tones it makes, especially with skin tones. It's just how much of the warmth...

A 41-year-old Tri-X

Kodak Tri-X Pan film, ISO 400 (EI 25), 120 Film I did shoot a lot of very old film in March, because of the two challenges - "the camera challenge" and "the expired film day" - I was participating in, not that I mind at all, I like shooting expired film.

A stroll with a Mamiya RZ67 ProII

The tank of medium format photography.

May 2019

Camera: Olympus OM-1n MD - Film: Fujifilm Superia Venus 800

A 39-year-old HP4

Ilford HP4, ISO 400 (EI 50), 120 Film Before there was HP5 ,there was HP4 I guess... I used this film in the March #camerachallenge - where you had to shoot a film that was more than 5 years old - it came out OK I think, unfortunately I...

A bit about: Expired Film Day

Expired film day 2019 - final conclusion

A stroll with a Blue Underwater Camera

The worst of the worst

Loose thoughts: What does EI mean?

I've seen the abbreviation EI a lot lately - it's properly been around forever, but I just haven't noticed it, before now - and didn't know what it meant exactly. I figured it had something to do with Exposure. Well, Google is your friend, when there are things you don't know. EI is short...

A 54-year-old Lumière Altipan

Lumière Altipan 21, ISO 100 (shot @ ISO 3), 120 Film I bought it about a month ago, I have no idea how it was stored before I bought it, but it went straight to the fridge, when it landed at my place. The...

I recommend! – Camera Manual Library

Well, this month I'll recommend another cool website, this one is based in the US and run by Michael Butkus Jr. There isn't that much to say about this website, other than it's one of the uglier once out there, but it's also one of the coolest websites when it comes to analog photography,...

A bit about: #camerachallenge

Another event on Twitter this March, was the #camerachallenge, as if the other events wasn't enough I choose to do this one as well :) The challenge was to shoot a film that was more the 5 years old - or the older the better - the challenge is hosted by Jason Avery and...

A few frames from a Kodak Tmax 3200

Kodak Tmax 3200 ISO: 3200Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At the local labCamera: Nikkormat FTNExpired: 2002.11 If you like me, like a shit load of grain in your black and white photos? Then I can recommend using an expired Kodak Tmax 3200 at night, that will cover your biggest grain...

A bit about: the #shittycamerachallenge

Well here in this challenge is all about the gear, and shitty cameras are right up my alley :)I dug into the camera pile and found a Kodak Photo FX and by the looks of it, it's a real contender for this challenge. I added a brand-new roll of Kentmere 100 film, a black...

April 2019

Camera: Olympus OM-1n MD - Film: AGFA Ortho 25

A few frames from a CineStill 800

CineStill 800T ISO: 800Film format: 35mmDeveloped: C41 at the local film labCamera: Nikon FEExpired: No Darn this film is super nice, and it being a tungsten film, it's just perfect for some night street photography, or just night photography :)I think that this film would work perfectly in cities like...

A bit about: the #FP4party

So I join the #fp4party event on Twitter, for the first time.For those of you who are not sure what that is exactly. It's a monthly event, where you shoot some Ilford FP4(+) film on the first week of the month and then you post the photos you like from that roll on the 3rd week of...