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Wet Weather Warrior: Pentax Zoom 90WR
Oh Pentax Zoom 90-WR, it wasn't supposed to lead to anything... In my mind, you were supposed to be a one time thing, a flight of fancy, a spontaneous "sure why not" amid a flurry of other priorities that were more in line with my typical tastes.  To my way...
Wet Weather Warrior: Pentax Zoom 90WR
Wet Weather Warrior: Pentax Zoom 90WR
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Small Format Size, Big Format Results: One Ten Camera Guide to 110 Cameras!
...or maybe 11 or more, depending on how you count.   Could one of this band of misfits be coming to a pocket near you soon?  It's that one day of the year when our collective cynicism abounds more than any other, particularly online, as websites and blogs ...
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Triple Take Thursday 3: Plates, Film, and Digital
Variety is the slice of life.  While I continue to shoot traditional film stocks lately, I've been dabbling in some other mediums at the same time.  I've become increasingly involved in the use of dry plates coated by Jason Lane, that have allowed me to use...
Triple Take Thursday 3: Plates, Film, and Digital
Triple Take Thursday 3: Plates, Film, and Digital
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Triple Take Thursday 2: Plates, Film, and Digital.
Variety is the slice of life.  While I continue to shoot traditional film stocks lately, I've been dabbling in some other mediums at the same time.  I've become increasingly involved in the use of dry plates coated by Jason Lane, that have allowed me to use...
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Triple Take Thursday 1: Plates, Film, and Digital
Variety is the slice of life.  While I continue to shoot traditional film stocks lately, I've been dabbling in some other mediums at the same time.  I've become increasingly involved in the use of dry plates coated by Jason Lane, that have allowed me to use...
Triple Take Thursday 1: Plates, Film, and Digital
Triple Take Thursday 1: Plates, Film, and Digital
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Film Hacking: Instaxperiments with the Polaroid J66
I'm stubborn. There's just no other way of putting it.  One would think that after several less than successful tries of trying to use Fuji FP-100C pack film in a handsome but otherwise obsolete Polaroid J66 camera , I'd simply toss in the towel and be cont...
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Film Hacking: Not Your Typical Polaroid
A number of months ago, I snapped a photo on Fuji FP-100C Instant Peel Apart Film, and was particularly pleased with the results that I obtained.   Would you care to guess which camera model shot the photo? Might it be the Polaroid 100?  The original articl...
Film Hacking: Not Your Typical Polaroid
Film Hacking: Not Your Typical Polaroid
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Dutch Date - Part 6: The Minolta Autopak 700 and the GAF Anscomatic 726
Every so often, I'll get really frugal and ask a couple of cameras to share a roll of film.  Though there are problems here and there, they'll usually agree.  I call these "Dutch Dates" and usually try to pair cameras with something more than simply the fil...
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Dutch Date - Part 5: Ricoh Singlex TLS and Ricoh 35 Flex
Every so often, I'll get really frugal and ask a couple of cameras to share a roll of film.  Though there are problems here and there, they'll usually agree.  I call these "Dutch Dates" and usually try to pair cameras with something more than simply the fil...
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Innovation Station: Medium Format Macros for the Frugal
Shooters of the 35mm format seem to get all the perks cheaply.  For under $20, one can easily pickup any of a wide number of choices for a competent used shooter taking 135 stock that will pretty much do about all that one can expect, including a wide range...
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