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Mark Zuckerberg has got a problem.
Well, he’s got more problems those last weeks, but there’s one more that I add to his woes.
Well, not exactly a night shift… more one of my usual early-morning-before-work strolls.
I find these moment vey relaxing. For one thing, my mind is still fresh, uncluttered form a day’s work and troubles. I have finished emerging from early morning drowsiness during the bus ride and am receptive for the frames that appear before my eyes.
Thanks to fellow blogger Dan James of 35hunter fame, I committed to spending a whole week with my iPhone as my only camera.
This resulted from a nice discussion we had about this post of mine.
So it’s one week without taking up any real camera, just with that slippery slab of aluminium and glass in hand. He thinks I will come to like using it. I swear that guy will make me switch to digital 😉
Having multiple cameras and camera systems brings you without fail to owning multiple lenses of the same focal length – unless you concentrate on compact cameras with fixed lenses of course.
I reduced my camera stable to Pentax M42 and Leica M39 thread mount stuff. But of course for each systems I have a selection of the compulsory 50mm lenses. Not a comprehensive collection but only four in fact I got hold of over the past months and years.
…thanks to Fuji film!
Agfa Vista, OK it was not the best loved and best looking film around, but it was among the cheapest to be had. And frankly, the quality was not too shabby!
I admit… this is
Yes, there it is, that ugly word! But these are photos anyways.
And I wanted to grab the opportunity to compare them to the same subjects, treated with film.