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World famous Rodinal developing kit!


Rodinal. If you’re a hardened film camera enthusiast, I need say no more! Rodinal….keeps for years. Pin sharp negatives. Contrasty. Everything. Period! I have it….NOW! In a NEW package that eliminates oxidisation due to air coming into contact with the … Continue reading

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Another superb Olympus 35RC camera on offer!


The Olympus 35RC was a leader in the race of the compact rangefinders in the 70s. It is a simple camera that just goes on performing and has  everything a serious photographer needs….nothing to get in the way, nothing to … Continue reading

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A legend in it’s own lunch-time..the Olympus 35RC!


Once upon a time, an object comes along that puts other much highly prized ones to shame, be it a car, that super red dress, a watch or….a camera. Now before any of you very nice readers start getting uptight … Continue reading

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The camera that has the same name as something in your eye!


Since my last article about the Lomo, I do appear to have upset even more people since the first one many months ago! Oh, dearie me! Well, as some sort of recompense, let’s talk a little about something positive then…..(this … Continue reading

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What is the Sunny 16 rule and how do I use it?


Indeed, you may well ask! I have quite often quoted the rule, especially when talking about using vintage cameras that have no form of electrical exposure control, ie an exposure meter. Now before we go any further, and for the … 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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My friend is singing the praises of Kodak T Max 100


Yes, he is indeed. I say friend, but I may change that to “was” some time soon! Why? Because I myself have been a lifelong devotee of Tri X, that’s why! And anybody who says anything against my favourite film … Continue reading

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sharp photos are out…blur is in!


i like to call myself a seasoned photographer, and by that i dont mean that im a professional or anything like that. what i mean is that ive been using cameras for a long time, ever since i was 12 … Continue reading

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