One camera, one lens, one roll. The Canon EF, nFD 85mm f/1.8 shot with Kodak Gold
One camera, one lens, one roll. The Canon EF, FD 35/2 and some Ilford FP4, all 36 shots.
I finally got to shoot with the Canon EF and FD 35/2 SSC, loaded with some Ilford FP4.
Shooting some film (and digital) in snowy weather.
I thought it was time to do some new macro shots. Using my ridiculous setup, I could get a magnification of 3.5:1.
I spent a few hours in the forest this morning. Everything was nicely frosted. The low hanging sun created some beautiful sights.
Took a walk with my Fuji X-T1. Should I sell it or keep it? I think I know the answer.
I wanted to do a 'Best of', but that would make for a short post. I would like to see the past year more of a photo journey. Without getting too philosophical, not all photos are 'the best' but do tell a story or are part of a memorable moment.
Autumn walk through the frosted forest.
It was my father's 70th birthday this year. Since he already has everything he wants, I thought a trip with the family was a perfect gift. With the four of us, just like the old days. We decided Berlin would be the perfect place to go.
I took a little trip to Amsterdam this week. It's only 45 minutes by train, making me wonder why I haven't done this sooner. It's been too long since I've visited our nation's capital city.
I've been searching for a small(ish) camera for a while now. It didn’t have to be the newest, fastest and cheapest camera around.
Last week I got my new (and first) portable studio equipment in the mail. This is how I set it up and getting great results!
Part two of the 50/55 Canon FD lens test. Are the 1.2 lenses really better?
I'm putting the 'bokeh monster' Canon nFD 85/1.2L against the nFD 85/1.8. Is the size, weight and price worth it against the smaller and cheaper 85/1.8?
A comparison between two high rated Canon FD 50/1.2 lenses and a 'standard' 50/1.4.