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This five-part review has taken the best part of three years to complete. At over 40,000 words, I admit that it is...
Welcome to part two of this short but exhaustive series of articles on the Mamiya RZ67 Professional camera system. In part one...
The Mamiya RZ67 is very interesting and in many ways, an unusual camera. It's not very easy to operate and a little...
I suspect it’s a common dilemma, you’ve booked a holiday with your partner (and or family/friends) and there’s no doubt the destination was influenced by potential photographic opportunities. How on earth are you going to balance wanting to take lots of photos with what other people want to do?!
I discovered my love of film photography by accident. Being a collector, I have always frequented thrift stores for anything I could find of interest.
At a recent darkroom group meeting I was pleased to receive four rolls of 120 Kodak Verichrome Pan.
In 1975, Mamiya introduced their M645 series of medium format cameras. The M645 series have been very successful over the years, continually being upgraded and refined.
To the analogue landscape photographer, choosing one’s film stock is one of the most crucial steps in the creative process.
I wrote this text at the end of spring in 2018, but for some reason, I postponed publishing it anywhere.
It's an absolute pleasure to welcome you all to join me falling into the words and work of a rather rare beast.
Merry Christmas to everyone celebrating today!
I'm pleased to be able to introduce today's fresh interview with Ezequiel Grimaldi, film photographer based in Spain's San Sebastian. I'll keep this short so you can spend as much time as possible on the images below.
Back when I first got into medium format film photography via the gateway drug of folding bellows cameras, I was outbid at the last second for a Mamiya RB67 kit.
I don’t shoot as much E6 film as I want to. Part of it is that I love the ease and practicality of B/W, and the other is I'm too cheap to send my rolls to a lab.
It is said that landscapes should be shot with, at the very least, a medium-film camera.
I have lusted after a Hasselblad XPan for a while, but the prices have gone through the roof to the point where I simply can't justify one.
For about a year and a half, every time I opened my fridge I saw my last remaining 10 exposure pack of Fuji FP 100C instant film, and every time I opened said fridge I was reluctant to take it