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An example of film vs digital

Last weekend my family was having dinner at my in-laws, looking at photos from their recent trip to China, and having a good time. Since I knew there would be a lot of us there I took my cameras. Here’s a photo I took with my DSLR  and no flash. […]

Ilford XP2 Super 400

One of the appeals of shooting film is black and white photography. It’s the other side of the coin for color photos and somehow it tells a slightly different story. There are some really good fine grain films out there such as Kodak Tri-X 400, Ilford Delta 400 Professional, and […]

Another Olympus Trip 35 for me

Back in March 2011 I started taking photos with my newly acquired Olympus Trip 35 cameras. Since then I’ve taken hundreds of photos with them and even went to China with them. In China I gave one of them to my wife’s cousin and he takes excellent photos with it. […]

More Film Photography

My playing with film cameras continues! But it’s not out of hand yet. I now have the following film camera equipment: Three Olympus Trip 35 (1 from TripMan) Olympus PS-200 flash Canon Canonet GIII QL17 coupled rangefinder Canon Canolite D flash The kids and I shoot with the Olympus Trip […]

A short photo walk

I took my Olympus Trip 35 on a short stroll this morning and had the film developed near work. I like the results and shot another roll around lunch time. It’s an easy camera to have on you and fits in my coat pocket pretty easily. It’s a little on […]

No Batteries Required

This started with my looking for a good compact digital camera with a viewfinder. As a result I bought a film compact camera that was manufactured in 1972. I prefer cameras with a viewfinder because I take better photos when I hold the camera close to my face (my arms […]