💻 Seth Godin says something I’ve thought for a long time: public companies end up serving their shareholders overwhelmingly more than they serve their actual customers. I think it is a misalignment of values. Read Public companies are too often out of alignment
💻 Roman Yanovitcin gives an insider view into amateur photography in the former USSR. Cameras were often broken when new, and it was illegal to sell your work as an amateur. Read Amateur photography in the USSR: Part One
📷 The Petri Penta is a 1959 35mm SLR that takes the vast range of M42 screw-mount lenses. Mike Eckman tells Petri’s history and puts a Penta through its paces. Read Petri Penta (1959)
📷 Andrew Morang shoots some Ilford Pan F Plus that I sent him. He gets better results from it than I ever have. Read Another Film Treasure: Ilford Pan F Plus
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