In today’s snapshot of the film community, I had a nice chat with the creative and talented Karin Majoka all the way from Germany. You may already know of her, but I discovered Karin when I was searching YouTube for other film photography channels to watch, and I was happy to find her work. Karin… Continue reading A Snapshot of the Film Community- Karin Majoka
this tank of a camera just feels indestructible. When you hold a heavy Nikon F you just feel like this monster could never be broken.
The Exakta is an advanced camera made by a Dutch owned factory named Ihagee Kamerawerk located in Germany in 1936, just before world war 2. That sentence right there says a lot about its history all by itself. There were a series of 8 versions throughout its production. The Exaktas continued to be produced even… Continue reading The Exakta VX1000 – A Left Handers Dream?
There’s just something about being outside in the solitude of nature and in the quiet that gives me room to think of them, and through the act of taking photos for even just a few minutes I feel as if I’m with them.
When I had my first camera, I was around 13 years old, and film was getting harder to find as digital made its way to the forefront of the photography game. The only film available (where I live anyway) at that time was Fujicolor Superia Xtra. If I remember correctly, you could get it in… Continue reading My Life in Fujicolor
Lately I have been fighting a bout of depression, self doubt, and just an all around lack of motivation to create. The other day Kelsey pushed me to go out and take pictures because she knew it was what I really needed to do. I took my Hasselblad to Tradition, FL and it really did… Continue reading Creativity and Managing Mental Health
Today I am going to chat with my friend Danielle about film photography. I am excited to get the chance to bend her ear. We became friends on instagram because we have a lot in common, and I don’t just mean our love of felines. I think like myself, she has an eye for all… Continue reading A Snapshot of the Film Community: A Conversation with Danielle Wrobleski
“AgfaPhoto’s APX 400 Professional Black and White Negative Film is a high speed black and white film… The film exhibits a high nominal sensitivity of ISO 400/27° and can effectively be pushed to ISO 1600/33° for use in low-light conditions and with fast-moving subjects… The film also responds to push and pull development; however testing is… Continue reading Developing Adventures- Pushing AgfaPhoto APX 400 to 800
Just like one would spread awareness for a disease I feel that my blog reviews and YouTube videos are also a way of spreading awareness for an institution that will eventually die because these cameras will at some point become extinct. I think it’s this knowledge (unless some company decides to start making film cameras again) that makes photographers like me want to collect cameras and shoot with as many as I can, while I still can.
I want so badly to get out and photograph. There’s only one problem. Neuropathy