Tag Archives: light

Another beautiful Olympus Trip on offer!


Yet again, I’m offering you the chance to acquire a superb Olympus Trip 35, as always, fully refurbished, new light seals fitted, cleaned and recovered with a brand new Red lizard effect covering, which gives the camera a very unique … Continue reading

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A reminder about replacement camera coverings


If you’ve ever purchased a classic or vintage camera, you will no doubt know by now that invariably, the light seals and outside coverings, sometimes called leatherette, will need to be replaced for the camera to look really as it … Continue reading

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How to shoot photos in low light…a difficult subject, made easy….!


Ask to see any photographer’s work and more than likely, he/she will show you excellent, pin-sharp results, beautiful contrast and colours. Very, very rarely, you may see some shots taken by a guy who has gone against the grain as … Continue reading

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Truth, lies, light, dark, shadows….


What you believe to be true maybe a lie in the shadows..it all depends on whom you’re willing to trust for it to be real…. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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A look at abstract photography


I don’t know what it is, but ever since I was a child, out of the ordinary things, whatever or wherever they may be, have always fascinated me. I remember, I must have been no more than 4 or 5 … Continue reading

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More dark and light…..


    Just had a few moments spare, so I went looking for odd interactions between light and dark…..     ๐Ÿ˜‰  

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Dark and light


I love the way light and dark play with each other. These shots here are what we see every single day of our lives, but think nothing of them. But take a closer look..there’s magic in them there things! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Daido Moriyama–the man and his ways


Shinjuku, in Tokyo, Japan is where one of the most influential photographers of our times hangs out. The area could be compared to our Vancouver Eastside, or maybe even London’s Soho, albeit without the homeless and open drug dealing. There … Continue reading

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One of the most versatile rangefinder cameras ever!


There are rangefinders and rangefinders, some come at a price, others are affordable all day long. But many people often ask me awkward questions…..like “why use a rangefinder?” Firstly, for those uninitiated with the art, there are 2 kinds of … Continue reading

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Yes, you heard right…a blind photographer.


Isn’t it nice to see life flitting before our eyes? Every single second of every day brings new things to light, things which possibly will not occur ever again. In fact, everything we see cannot be exactly the same, if … Continue reading

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