As a Muslim, I don’t celebrate Xmas at all, but, and shame on me, in late 2020 when CameraFilmPhoto launched their Advent Calendar, I jumped on one. Also, as an avid film enthusiast with some environmental concerns, I mostly avoid single use cameras, and while I heard of the Harman single use Black & White …
The Zenit Horizon S3 u500 is a great camera. I don’t shoot it often enough. Washi F is a sound-recording film repurposed as a niche photographic film from the self-proclaimed “world’s smallest film company,” Film Washi. Here’s what happened when they met.
Back in April, I saw a couple of examples of Washi F film on Twitter, and though I didn’t (and don’t) need more film (I’m sitting on a couple of years’ worth), I immediately ordered up a handful of rolls from Freestyle, then shoved them in the fridge with the rest of the stock.
Is there any difference between Polaroid 600 and iType, well, beyond the battery? Inquiring mind (mine) was mildly curious and I have two really fine, best of class Polaroid cameras on hand (the Mint SLR670-s and the Polaroid OneStep+), so I loaded up a couple of packs and got to shooting.
Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 E Series? Meet Olympus 75-150mm f/4 Zuiko.
I didn’t (and don’t) need another camera. Really and truly. I don’t. And then, one early morning, I noticed a Twitter post* claiming the Vivitar UWS to be the end all and be all, and 10 minutes later, I found one for a good-enough price on the ‘bay, and, well, here we are.
If the film’s called “Street Pan,” is it appropriate to shoot the lone 120 roll you have, the one that came in the Camera Film Photo Advent calendar a few months back? Sure, why not?