Tag: Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros

  • Your humble photographerNikon F2AS, 50mm f/2 AI NikkorFujifilm Neopan 100 Acros2016 When I took my son to Crown Hill Cemetery for some portraits, I asked him to shoot mine, too. He’s always been my official photographer. Pretty much every photo of me I have from the last dozen years, he took. I was trying to…

  • James Richard BradfordNikon F2AS, 50mm f/2 AI NikkorFujifilm Neopan 100 Acros2016 A break from the Irish photos for a minute for this quick snap I made in Crown Hill Cemetery in August.

  • I’m not impressed with your Leica

    I’m not impressed that you own a Leica. Or a Hasselblad, or a Nikon F series, or any other fine, expensive camera. Far be it from me to say you shouldn’t own one. I own a Nikon F2 and an F3 myself. But if you want to impress me, show me your work. I never…

  • Pleasant View Cemetery Yashica-D Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros 2016 Dating to no later than 1845, this cemetery is tucked quietly into a far northwestern, rural corner of Indianapolis.

  • Moore Road Yashica-D Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros 2016

  • Co-op Yashica-D Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros 2016

  • Favorite Photos Week: 1967 Ford LTD headlight

    I expected little from my Argus A-Four. My bias was clear: I think real cameras are made of steel. The Bakelite and aluminum A-Four falls short. No matter that I had shot an A-Four as a teen and got usable images. I thought I had stumbled upon blind, dumb luck as a rank amateur. But when I shot…

  • Captured: 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

    I saw one of these being pulled along on a flatbed trailer the other day as I drove home from work. It even had the same “396” badge on the fender, meaning it packed big-block V8 heat. But I care less about the engine underhood than I do about styling — and I always liked…

  • Nikon F2AS

    A review of the all-metal, all-mechanical pro system SLR, the Nikon F2.

  • Yashica-D

    The Yashica-D is my first medium-format twin-lens reflex camera. I’ve lusted after TLRs for many years, but I’ve always rebuffed them for their high prices. The Rolleicords and Rolleiflexes are the most respected members of the genre and go for hundreds of dollars on the used market. Lots of companies made TLRs in the Rollei…

  • Ansco B2 Speedex

    A review of the folding Ansco B2 Speedex.

  • Agfa Clack

    A review of the Agfa Clack, a simple box that takes 120 film. It’s a winner!