I'm here today to provide you with my review / comparative overview of the Mamiya Press Super 23 and the Mamiya Universal Press cameras.
This whole project started when I realized I had been blindly allegiant to certain black and white films for a number of years without any particular rhyme or reason.
I’ve been photographing with analog cameras for over a decade now and this isn’t my first Hasselblad (previously owning a V-Series 500CM).
I first tried Foma Bohemia's films in around 2008 when I moved to the Czech Republic.
The high EI shootout is back for part two: the pushening. Poorly executed references to the terrible sequel that was Highlander 2 aside, I'm hoping that you'll find this extension of part one just as informative as the first and
This is the final part of my series covering every single one of the 180+ photographic film stocks still being made today. I'll be breaking down the numbers with a bit of commentary below but as ever, please do
There's no arguing that in the V-System, Hasselblad created one of, if not the world's most comprehensive and flexible medium format camera system. The V-System comprises of somewhere in the region of 35 bodies, 70 lenses, 20 film backs and
Looking for a medium speed black and white film with buckets of character and great, deep contrast at moderate box speed? Pack ILFORD FP4 PLUS.
The Hasselblad 2000FCW was the third in the legendary Swedish company's family of 6x6 focal plane shutter cameras. If you want to be able to use all Hasselblad lenses (including 13 lenses that can only be used with this
In this article, I'll be showing you how to very simply modify your Fuji medium format rangefinder to shoot wide-format 35mm film (aka make your own TEXPan).
Update 02: 2018-09-20 If you're anything like me, you've probably wondered how many fresh film stocks are still in production and available for purchase today.
Covering the results of experimenting with Kodak Tri-X 400, this article picks up from my original Kodak Tri-X 400 review and will show you single-stop pushes from EI 400 all the way up to EI 12800.
2002 was a funny time for film cameras.
At the end of 2017 I mentioned to Aislinn Chuahiock that I'd received some 35mm Kodak Portra 800 to test out and was planning on pitting it against Lomography's Color Negative 800 in a side-by-side review. In her infinite wisdom