Leica news. It seems that film is really very far away from being dead. The folks over at Leica seem to think so, since they’ve just unveiled a brand new, all analog M-A. No metering, no batteries, pure mechanical. My oh my..I might have to break the piggy bank for this one..
Have a read at Leica Forum for more details.
Originally posted on jt in seoul:
I’m not sure what it is about Busan that I like so much. Maybe somehow it reminds me of home. Smell of the ocean, the salt water, the fish. People always take photos of the fish market. Me too, I guess.
Recently, I’ve been drawn to the parts of Korea that aren’t the people. I spent years here photographing all the wrong things. Going back to Busan this time, I wasn’t much interested in the people, or even the “scenery.”
The last time I came to Busan, I took two cameras. One was a bigger Fujifilm one, the other a small Sony compact camera I have written about before. It was one I had found in my aunt’s car. The photos from the compact – the snapshots as you might call them – were the photos I liked…
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Originally posted on Alternative Experience:
ALTERNATIVE EXPERIENCE – PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY – 8X10 INCHES – PINHOLE CAMERA : STÉNOCAMERA (MADE IN FRANCE) – ILFORD HP5 FILM
Pinhole photography and alternative processes – Sténocamera, zeroimage and Holga camera. Gum bichromate, Platinum print, Kallitype. Bruno Olivié photographer – Paris France