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Recommended reading

Here are the blog posts I liked most this week.

πŸ’» Monette shares some photos, some truly lovely compositions, from Enoshima, Japan. Read Enoshima

Holly on the holly trees
Nikon FA, 35-70mm Zoom Nikkor, Agfa Vista 200, 2019.

πŸ’» I don’t know the name of this blogger (hey bloggers! use a name! even a made up one!) but he (she?) shares some stunning black-and-white photos of an abbey in Scotland. Read Dundrennan Abbey

πŸ“· Craig Sinclair, writing for Casual Photophile, tells a charming personal account of his journey through film photography. It all started with an Italian camera for 127 film and passed through several Spotmatics. Read My Favorite Camera Is Not My Best Camera, Nor Is It My Favorite Camera

πŸ“· Mike Connealy picked up a Hikari 2002 35mm SLR recently and put it through its paces. You’ve never heard of the Hikari 2002? You might know it better as the Vivitar V3800N. Read Dumpster diving for cameras

πŸ“· The Rollei 16 was a tiny spy camera for 16mm film in special cartridges. Nicholas Middleton found some original film for his Rollei 16, long expired, and shot it. He got surprisingly good results. Read Rollei 16 Cassettes

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