The Leica IIIF RD has been the subject of a lot of my articles lately, and for good reason. It has been quite the ride. I first purchased a IIIF RD from KEH last year when I discovered it had pinholes in the shutter curtain. You can read about that here. I was happy to… Continue reading The Leica IIIF – Final Chapter?
There is a Youtube channel I have been enjoying lately by Bryan Birks, and in his videos he talks a lot about a project he is working on of classic cars and their owners. I always find the videos very inspiring because one thing I have mostly shied away from is taking portraits or any… Continue reading Shooting Outside My Comfort Zone
This week, I thought it would be fitting to share some shots I took from another roll of Lomography CN 800 film since I posted my review last week. If you haven't read that one yet you can catch it here. Kelsey and I often drive to the town next to ours called Tradition, Florida.… Continue reading 6 Shots – Lomography CN 800 in Tradition, Florida
I have written several articles about my experiences with Lomography CN 800 film, which you can read here, but I have not yet done a proper review. However, keep in mind, I don't like to talk technical. I prefer to show you my results, and share what I have learned about it while developing, scanning… Continue reading Lomography CN 800 – My Review
As I teased in my article Leica IIIF I Barely Knew Ye, more details were to come about my experience with the Leica IIIf RD. I ran into a bump in the road when I had to send it back for repair. When Hamish asked me to write something for his site I chose to… Continue reading Leica IIIF My First Impressions – Featured on 35mmC
I bought a Leica IIIF RD from KEH last month, but only had it for a short time. My first impressions of this camera will be featured in an article on 35mmc very soon, so I am only going to share some photos I took with it and give a brief story on what happened.… Continue reading Leica IIIF – I Barely Knew Ye
The FED factory, located in the Soviet Ukraine, started creating Leica copies in the 1930's. This was after the Soviet Union stopped importation of photographic equipment. The history of the factory leaves you with a bit of goose bumps, and not just for the poor orphans that worked there. FED was named for the initials… Continue reading The Fed-2 – A Soviet Leica