Tag: Kodak Gold/Max/Ultramax 400
Pentax ME SE
A review of the Pentax ME SE, a small and light 35mm SLR. This is a delightful camera, but you have to like aperture-priority shooting.
On the Chicago River in wintertime
Wintertime film photographs along the Chicago River in the Loop of downtown Chicago.
Minolta Maxxum 5
A review of the Minolta Maxxum 5, an auto-everything SLR from the end of the film era. This well-featured camera for amateurs is a delight.
A drive down the Michigan Road in southern Indiana
Some film photographs from a January day trip along the Michigan Road.
A review of the Nikon N70, a 1990s 35mm SLR. Most people hate its interface, but I think you just have to get used to it.
Yashica TL Electro X
A review of the Yashica TL Electro X, a 35mm SLR from the late 60s. A technological marvel of its day, it’s still capable.
single frame: Speed Graphic
A small view camera that I own.
Five (relatively) inexpensive films you should try
When I want to shoot on the cheap, I reach for these bargain films.
Autumn scenes on expired Kodak Gold 400
Photos from a family outing, using my Nikon F3 and expired film.
Up close with the Olympus OM-2n
Some macro work with my OM-2n and the wonderful 50mm f/3.5 Zuiko Auto-Macro lens.
single frame: The Rainbow Bridge in Broad Ripple
The Rainbow Bridge in Broad Ripple, an Indianapolis neighborhood.