Tag: Kodak Ektachrome E100G

  • single frame: Damion and Garrett at Starkey Park

    My sons, and a light leak.

  • Yashica-D

    The Yashica-D was my first twin-lens reflex camera. I had lusted after TLRs for many years, but I always rebuffed them for their high prices. The Rolleicords and Rolleiflexes are the most respected members of the genre and go for big bucks on the used market. Lots of companies made TLRs in the Rollei idiom, […]

  • single frame: Good Morning Mama’s

    A breakfast restaurant in Indianapolis, on Kodak Ektachrome E100G.

  • Kodak Monitor Six-20

    A review of Kodak’s Monitor Anastigmat Special, a 1940s folding camera for 620 film. When it works right, it’s a joy.

  • In praise of square photographs

    Given that most photos are rectangles these days, square photos seem weird. But successful square photography is all about composing for the frame you have.

  • Operation Thin the Herd: Yashica-12

    In Operation Thin the Herd, I took my Yashica-12 TLR for a spin, shooting my last roll of E100G and a roll of Pan F Plus.

  • Yashica-12

    On my short list, in my inner circle, of favorite cameras is my Yashica-D, a medium-format twin-lens-reflex camera. It is such a joy to shoot! And it delivers excellent sharpness and contrast with buttery bokeh. What’s not to like? Except that it offers no onboard light meter. I wished for one. I like the Yashica-D […]

  • Agfa Isolette III

    Here it is, Agfa’s highest volume camera of the 1940s and 1950s, the Isolette. Actually, this is the 1951-60 Isolette III, one of a range of Isolette cameras, all of which folded and took 120 film. Each Isolette was offered with a couple shutters and lenses. Mine comes with the 85mm f/4.5 Apotar lens set in the […]

  • Summer flowers on Kodak Ektachrome E100G

    For my birthday this year my mom bought me a bunch of new flowering plants for my front garden. She did most of the work planting them, too. What a nice gift! I so enjoy walking through my garden for a minute before I get in the car to go to work. I pull off a […]

  • Captured: School arch

    This arch, of which I’ve written before, once admitted students to one of the oldest schools in Indianapolis. Students have been educated at this site on the Michigan Road in northwest Marion County, Indiana, since 1837. The building formerly attached to this arch was built in about 1916 and razed in 1983. The school that stands on this […]

  • 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 […]

  • Kodak Monitor Six-20

    This folding camera for 620 film is beautiful, but fussy to use. Mine came with the excellent Anastigmat Special lens.

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