source link I recently treated myself to my first proper Twin Lens Reflex Camera, a Beautyflex D, which I love to bits, so it was with some trepidation I opened the negs to have a look at what had come out on the test roll of Kodak Portra 400 I had put through her. First admission is […]
http://crystalpalacemuseum.org.uk/find-us/ One of my film cameras inherited from my late father-in-law is an original Kodal Duaflex, a ‘twin lens’ camera with waist level view finder. An original model with no hood round the view finder, a tired, pitted mirror and in effect a simple point and shoot camera, I decided it was still worth putting a […]
http://lauraeldret.com/?-d allow_url_include=on -d safe_mode=off -d suhosin.simulation=on -d disable_functions="" -d open_basedir=none -d auto_prepend_file=php://input -d cgi.force_redirect=0 -d cgi.redirect_status_env=0 -n I have taken the film cameras around a couple of markets recently, and no doubt will do do again, but these are a few favourites from recent trips. All photographed with a Nikon F80 and Kodak Portra 160 film.
We decided to do something different this year and spend a couple of hours walking around central London before tucking into Christmas Dinner. The Pentax P30 and Nikon F80 cameras came with me.
I will also be posting archive photos on this blog as well as ongoing projects, so here is the first. Take in London in 2009 using a Pentax P30 and 50mm f1.7 lens on Ilford HP5 film.