Kodak Portra 160 film 36 exposures features an exceptionally fine grain and smooth, natural skin tones.
Kodak Bantam Special 1936 (often regarded as the most beautiful film camera ever made / art deco / antique / retro / vintage camera )
Do you use filters when shooting film? If so what do you use and why? This Nikon S2 with 35mm f/2.5 belongs to @gustheartist and has a yellow filter equipped. This sort of filter offers a versatile choice for black and white film. It can bring out more contrast in the sky/clouds and help with skin tones in portrait photography. It's a subtle but noticeable effect and the reason it offers great versatility. I used to use an orange filter with my old rangefinder setup as it bridged the…
Bertram camera #2009 (6x6 &6x9) + Xenar 3.5/105 & 5.5/180
Knowing what Digital Camera Accessories you Need
This original lino block print, Shoot - Canon FTb shows a classic old 1973 Canon FTb SLR and its reflection. It is printed in black ink on parchment
Kodak 35 Rangefinder Camera Love this camera I have one of my own first vintage camera I got and started my collection about a year or two ago and now I have about 20 cameras I love it
Kodak Vollenda Type 48 Circa 1932 The Type 48 is an August Nagel…
The Brownie. Several famous photographers started with one.
Yashica Electro 35 GT – vintage rangefinder camera
Yashica Electro 35 GT Dad's Camera back in the day.
Do you have a favourite rangefinder? The Canon Giii would be on the top of many people's list. They have a great build quality and compact form factor with a lovely lens. The established a benchmark that compact cameras have been