Detail of a component on one of the very few operating steam locomotives in the United States, Oregon Rail Heritage Center, Portland, OR. Hasselblad 503CX, Zeiss Planar f3.5 100 mm. Kodak T-MAX 100 developed in HC-110.
My Geiger counter crackled and I read the dial: one thousand counts per minute, roughly twenty-seven times normal background radiation….
Today’s interviewee is a busy man, he’s a producer and off-air reporter covering the US Congress for NBC News, past Chairman of the Radio & Television Correspondents Association on Capitol Hill, oh and a film photographer who also happens to shoot some of our favourite film stocks (and cameras) while doing the day job. Looking […]
It had been 20 years since I handled black and white film. “Here’s a Rolleiflex with 8 rolls of Kodak Tri-X 320”, my friend said. It expired 12 years ago, but it should be OK.” Even though I had never shot with a medium format camera and I couldn’t wait to snap my first picture. […]
Let’s start with the elephant in the room – this camera comes with some serious bling. It is in fact, a special gold-dipped version officially called the “Rolleiflex 2.8GX Expression 75 years edition”.
The three strikes mentality is such a cliché these days. It’s now used as a yardstick for punishment. Whether baseball or criminal offenses.
I grabbed some time with Raffael Stiborek 28 year old photographer from Austria.
You may have already seen some of his portrait work flying around the internet but if not, you’re in for a real treat.
More from the man
Certain readers may recognise today’s interviewee as the man behind http://www.nikonf6.net. I prefer to call him John.
35mm, medium format, large format…today’s interviewee takes it all in his stride, shooting developing and printing everything himself as he goes. Oh, and he’s into year two of an ongoing large format 365 project.
Today we’re sitting down with Marcus Carlsson, Swedish large format aficionado, sometime digital shooter, obsessive DIY-ist and more recently, app developer.
We’ll be telling you more about his Analogue App a little later.