film photography · Pentax Camera · Vintage Camera Reviews

The Pentax ME Super – the Camera that Proves Size Isn’t Everything

If you are just starting out in film photography, the Pentax ME Super is a great choice. It is so small you can carry it in your purse or coat jacket. It also has a great blend of automatic and manual features. There is so much packed into such a small body, and yet it… Continue reading The Pentax ME Super – the Camera that Proves Size Isn’t Everything

film photography · Film Photography Community · Interview

A Snapshot of the Film Community – A Conversation with Peggy Marsh

Today I am going to interview a fellow camera lover from across the pond, Peggy Marsh. You may already know her from her camera review blog Camera Go Camera where she reviews many, many vintage cameras with a lot forethought and a little bit of humor. Hi Peggy, thanks for joining me for this interview.… Continue reading A Snapshot of the Film Community – A Conversation with Peggy Marsh

Developing Adventures · film photography · film review

Developing Adventures – Kodak T-Max P3200 pulled to 800

I have written several articles about my experimentation with Kodak T-Max P3200 as part of my goal to find the best film to take everyday photos around my home. I first tried pulling it to 1600 and developing it two different ways. Then I tried shooting it at 3200 with a flash. Each time, hating… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Kodak T-Max P3200 pulled to 800

film photography · film review

Kodak T-Max P3200 with a Flash

I wrote an article about pulling Kodak T-Max P3200 to 1600 as part of my quest to find my go-to film for shooting everyday pictures indoors. I was not very happy with my results and I wasn't planning on shooting with this film again, but then I found a few more rolls of it in… Continue reading Kodak T-Max P3200 with a Flash

Box Camera · film photography · Vintage Camera Reviews

The Capitol 120 Box Camera

The Capitol 120 box camera was made by the company Metropolitan Industries in Chicago, Illinois around 1930. It came in two versions: one with a silver faceplate and black letters and one, like mine pictured below, with the black background and white letters. Capitol 120 Box Camera It gets its name from the Capitol building… Continue reading The Capitol 120 Box Camera

film photography · Film Photography Community · Interview

A snapshot of the film community – A Chat with the Old Camera Guy -David Mihaly

Today I am going to interview the self proclaimed Old Camera Guy himself, David Mihaly. You may already know him from his YouTube channel where he talks about affordable film cameras, and experiments with quirky film stocks. Hey David, thanks for joining me. Why don't you tell my readers and I a little bit about… Continue reading A snapshot of the film community – A Chat with the Old Camera Guy -David Mihaly

film photography · How To · Zine

Black Friday Sale – Get my Zines at 25%off

Until November 30th Magcloud has a discount code for 25% off. If you would like to pick up my new zines now is the time to do it. Magcloud doesn’t often have discounts. Use the code BFGIFT25 at checkout and receive 25% off your purchase. Riding In Cars with Film: Riding in Cars with Film… Continue reading Black Friday Sale – Get my Zines at 25%off

Crohn's Disease Awareness · film photography · mental illness awareness · Photo Book · Zine

My First Zines – Riding In Cars With Film

When I started shooting film again a little over a year ago now, I never thought I would have a website, a YouTube channel and now two zines to share my work with the community. I have always loved photography and cameras. I wanted to become a photo journalist when I was a kid, but… Continue reading My First Zines – Riding In Cars With Film

film photography · Film Photography Community · Interview

Snapshot of the Film Community – Getting to Know Alexandria Jahr

As always with this series, I have been trying to raise up voices in the film community, especially female voices. Today I will be talking to Toronto native Alexandria Jahr. Hello Alexandria! Thank you for taking the time to talk to me. AJ: Hi! Thanks so much for inviting me to do this! Tell my… Continue reading Snapshot of the Film Community – Getting to Know Alexandria Jahr

film photography · Interview

A Snapshot of the Film Community – A Chat with Bill Smith

I created this interview series to introduce the film community to photographers that make up the fabric of the community. There tends to be a stereotype cast over film shooters as being middle aged men with caps on their heads and tattoos on their arms. Some call them hipsters, but I have started this series… Continue reading A Snapshot of the Film Community – A Chat with Bill Smith