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You may recall me talking about my …umm…rather largish collection of cameras? Well, the time has come to sell one or two prized specimens off due to lack of space. I have already mentioned my Nikon F is available, and … Continue reading
If like me, you are a film camera user, you will have heard all about the workhorse called the Nikon F. It is said that this is the camera that has been causing Leica to lose money ever since it … Continue reading
Let’s face it, every Tom, Dick and Harry is now a photographer! Technology has made a mockery of people who have spent their lives perfecting the art of photography, in whatever niche they find interest, whether it be street shooting, … Continue reading
Hi folks! Been a while since I posted on here, so let me tell you about something that happened recently whilst I was out on the street taking shots. A gentleman walking across the other side of the street saw … Continue reading
I have talked about the fabulous Olympus 35SP many times before here, so I won’t bore you with superlatives…just Google it and the web will throw up thousands of pages about this classic. So you will be pleased to read … Continue reading
During my recent visit to the UK, I was walking around downtown London taking shots with my film cameras, when I came upon some very odd looking street lamps. Little did I know that I was looking at lamps that … Continue reading
Originally posted on ArtiZenImages Maureen Medina Fine Art Photography :
” The more things that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go!” ~ Dr. Seuss Go Far…..
Just recently, I received a follow on here from a young lady who has a fascinating ability to write really wonderfully ethereal stuff! So I mosied over to her blog, and found an even greater point of interest….it’s her Tumblr … Continue reading
The other day, I managed to catch a glimpse of something that may not last very long in that part of downtown Vancouver called the DTE…the downtown east. Sure, the area has it’s problems…substance abuse is rife…as is homelessness and … Continue reading