The Olympus Trip was an impulse buy at a car boot sale about twenty years ago. I knew that the auto function didn’t work but I thought I could operate it manually using the aperture settings marked on the ring around the lens.Sadly, I soon discovered that I couldn’t figure out the flash shutter speed […]
Both these little cameras get a lot of love and I think they deserve it.
I have owned my Olympus Trip for several decades but have never taken it seriously, until lately.
Last summer I returned to Scotland for the second time in my life. I still keep the negatives of my first time (1985), some irregular Kodak Tri-X rolls but with some great images.
I’m very pleased to be able to bring you the words and pictures of Ante Prskalo, previous contributor to EMULSIVE and dabbler in strange things with Rodinal.
Over to you, Ante!
Hi Ante, what’s this picture, then?
My return to film was not a definite decision I made one day, but more of an evolvement of my feeling towards photography.
This week I’m sitting down with Lee Fennings, a UK-based digital shooter, now just starting to shoot 35mm with his beautiful reconditioned Olympus Trip 35.
Lee’s a rather strange beast as far as digital street photographers go;