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Welcome to the twelfth and final quick camera review for my upcoming 12-camera 35mm camera mega test. In this series, I'll be...
I've known today's interviewee online for a few years now, and even had the pleasure of meeting her back in 2018*.
A while ago I was involved in a Twitter conversation about what scene from a movie you wish you could have shot yourself, or wish you could replicate.
I've been stuck in my house filling orders for my Kickstarter campaign for the CAMERADACTYL 4x5 Field Camera, mostly just babysitting printers, changing filaments and adjusting extruders every few hours.
“You can have it for £40, but the meter’s broken, so it’s sold as seen.
Pumped-up Shot on Kodak Ektar 100 at EI 100 Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6
As a 6x6 format twin lens reflex camera, the Yashica Mat-124 TLR is considered a great entry-level camera for people who are moving up from 35mm to medium format film.
I'm back with the second in this series of end-of-year-lazy-posts.
Today's interviewee has been posting video reviews product, guides, manuals for film cameras, information on film stocks and all things analogue on Youtube since 2011 and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.
Wahey! It's Ed Worthington aka "The 6 Million P Man" (that's P as in English pence, not Mike, or the other P word).
There's a sense of good will and camaraderie in the film photography community that's hard to beat.
Today's interviewee doesn't always share much of his own work on Twitter but take a peek on Instagram or his website and it's a totally different story. I'm so happy to be able to bring you the words and pictures
Hi everybody, my name is Ed Worthington, although I go by my pseudonym of “The 6 Million P Man” when it comes to anything photographic*. I’ve been shooting film for a little over three years now and sharing the images
Finally! That's all I'm going to say about today's interview.
Today's interview is a bit of a treat, as well as a precursor for things to come.
It's that time of week again, time to sit down with another film photographer and find out what makes them tick.
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