Welcome to May, Roadies! And welcome to my weekly blog roundup.
I am no fan of our current President, but Scott Adams may well have a point that he may have been the right man to have helped broker peace between North and South Korea and reduce the world’s threat from North Korean nukes. Adams takes some credit, as well, at which I wrinkle my nose. Read My North Korea Blog Posts – Indexed for Historians
Stephen Dowling shares the 20 film-photography blogs he finds to be essential. I’m delighted that this blog made his list! Read Film photography blogs to follow
I’ve flirted with processing my own film for years, but keep not doing it because I don’t feel like I can make the time for it. Ivan Pilov felt the same way until he moved to a place with no local labs and had to process his own. He says he adapted so easily that he wishes now he’d started years ago. Read How moving to a place with no film supplies made me a better film photographer
This is just the kind of writing about photography that I aspire to, this wonderful memoir Jeb Inge wrote about taking his Nikon F100 to the American West before he moved permanently from the East Coast to Germany. In it he also compares the Nikon N90s to the F100 and calls the F100 the winner, which only makes me want one now because I love my N90s (which gets its Operation Thin the Herd treatment soon). Read Capturing the American West with a Nikon F100 and Kodak Film
This week’s camera reviews and experience reports: