I’ve been doing a series of posts on my favorite subjects lately. Colton Allen did one too — except that where he lives, there’s quite a stunning subject in Mount Shasta. Read Mt. Shasta – White Mountain
It’s true that Nikon’s FM10, until recently the last manual 35mm SLR still in production, wasn’t made by Nikon. It’s also true that photo snobs wrinkled their noses at this camera as a result. Johnny Martyr takes them all to task. Read Defending the Nikon FM10
I just sold my brick ranch house, built in 1969, and hope the next owner keeps it up well. It’s well built and, with care, should last another 48 years. But Aaron Renn asks a very interesting question: is the durability of our housing a liability to the cities in which those houses stand? Read Is Building to Last One of the Problems with Housing?
Do you have a good system for cataloging your photographs? I sure don’t. I tried Lightroom but didn’t like it. I’m back to folders sorted by year and roll of film. Not efficient. Gordon Lewis struggles with this too. Read I Know It’s Here Somewhere…
This week I found these film-camera reviews and experience reports:
- Olympus OM-2 (Peggy Anne)
- Nikon FE (Paul Lovell)
- Minox 35GL (Mark)
- Chinon ZC 200 (Peggy Anne)
- Minolta Auto Wide (Mike Eckman)
- Ricoh 35 ZF (SilverFox)
So I forgot to update the placeholder “intro” above with an actual intro. But I’m leaving it, because it’s meta.