What will you show your Grandchildren?

I will not hide where I'll be going in this post. I'll talk about your photos, be they film or digital, and prints. My mother has a cupboard with boxes and albums of photos. I assure you, she's no Vivian Maier but the photos she's got document the life of our family throughout several generations.... Continue Reading →

Stretching Time !

I have found a most marvelous way to stretch time! Enjoyed a nice moment? Great! now you can stretch it out nearly to infinity! There's just some small bugs I'll have to work out.... Main trouble I got is that as of today it only works with unpleasant time. So that sucks but I'm hopeful... Continue Reading →

Paralysis of Choice or why I love Analog

I’ve been reading through my blog today and wanted to share this piece once again.

It might have some good ideas….

Frank Lehnen Photography

I think I finally made out the WHY in http://www.whyfilmcameras.com! The site’s name came to me as I pondered over really why I like film and it’s gorgeous cameras. It was obvious to me that I loved them, but less obvious to pinpoint the reason to it.AE-1

A word of warning first! I am not a luddite by any means. I love my iPhone, I love my computer and use them daily with great pleasure. I love the convenience of having access to virtually all the world’s knowledge, facts, and even ‘alternate facts’ according to some strange individuals, at the tap of a finger, anywhere! When in man’s history has this been possible?

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Film is said to be expensive! Might well be, if you don't factor in the recurring cost of a digital camera (after all you 'have to' renew at least every 3 years to be up to the challenge!). Or not? Film cameras, unless you go for a Leica or the Nikon F6 which are still... Continue Reading →


News from Kickstarter.... once again! But this one looks great! After some utterly ridiculous projects launched on Kickstarter, such as the would-be Yashica Y35 faux-film camera.... ...and other projects trying to claim as their own a very old and tested idea such as the Lab-Box (Agfa Rondinax copy)... ...and some 'eternal' projects such as Ferrania... Continue Reading →

Adios Adobe!

From Wikipedia: Adobe (US: /əˈdoʊbi/, UK: /əˈdoʊb/;[1] Spanish: [aˈðoβe]) is a building material made from earth and other organic materials. Adobe means mudbrick in Spanish, but in some English speaking regions of Spanish heritage it refers to any kind of earth construction, as most adobe buildings are similar in appearance to cob and rammed earth buildings.... Continue Reading →

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