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How to take imperfect shots like Daido Moriyama!


Sometimes I look at all the emails I receive from readers and have a little chuckle to myself. And especially when those emails are from newcomers to film. They complain of shots that are out of focus, blurred, grainy and … Continue reading

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Large format…what it is, why to use it, and how much it can cost


Often times, and especially when my head is hidden underneath the black cloth of my wooden camera, lots of people gather round and start asking awkward questions….questions like “Is that a camera you’re using?”, or “why do you use that…a … Continue reading

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Coming this week…a novel & easy way to develop your films!


You will be surprised how easy it is to develop your own films at home and save your hard-earned cash. Coming here this week! 😉

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Coming up this weekend….


The weekend is upon us and I hope you are all in relax-mode! No such thing for me, as I’m trying to write an article for all you good people out there. What’s it going to be about? How to … Continue reading

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The magic that is Kodak Tri-X film


Time was when the technology we have today was unheard of and photographers working with their cameras and in their darkrooms were considered genuises. And to be sure, their work did have a certain allure, especially as the heart of … Continue reading

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Yes! You too can afford a medium format camera!


Ever since I was a wee lad, aged about 4 or 5 years old, I always had a fascination about cameras. To a young child of that age, it seemed miraculous, that a little metal box could create images of … Continue reading

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The magic that is Kodak Tri X.


Time was when the technology we have today was unheard of and photographers working with their cameras and in their darkrooms were considered genuises. And to be sure, their work did have a certain allure, especially as the heart of … Continue reading

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