Letting Go Of The Olympus Stylus Epic In keeping with my last article of deciding whether or not a material is right for me, the same question can be applied to your tools as well: in this case, a camera. Anyone who is remotely interested in photography knows that the options for cameras is truly Continue Reading
Fixing Light Seals On The Cheap
Fixing Light Seals On The Cheap Our cameras are getting old: That’s just a fact. With that age comes the deterioration of certain parts and materials. One of the most common of these are light seals. My Light Seal Issue Often times when you find an old camera, whether it’s been sitting for years or Continue Reading
Camera Ergonomics: What Does It Mean?
Camera Ergonomics: What Does It Mean? Ergonomics is a word that gets thrown around a lot. We hear it when someone is describing a camera, and may even use it ourselves. It’s used to describe the design of a camera (or product), and how it feels in the hand. It seemed like kind of a Continue Reading
My Experience: Shooting Squares For The First Time With The Yashica A
My Experience: Shooting Squares For The First Time With The Yashica A Up until this point, the only film I’ve ever handled was 35mm. This is the case for many first time film photographers. 35mm is far more accessible, affordable, and easier to get developed at local labs. It’s the family format. So taking step Continue Reading