Well, all good things must, one day, come to an end… As for less-than-good things… well, some things just can’t end soon enough. The Wardflex, a mid-1950s twin lens reflex camera that I acquired in a grab bag from my dad back in 2020 is one such thing.
Don’t read too much into the title… It really is just a walk in the park.
Holga Week 2021 (October 1-7) found me in Denver and Topeka, first to visit an aunt, and then as a sort of layover for Mom and me in the long drive from Denver to Eureka Springs, AR. (Note: if you’re in Dallas and want to go to Denver, Eureka Springs is not on the way.) …
Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 E Series? Meet Olympus 75-150mm f/4 Zuiko.
It was an early, sleepy Monday morning, the first of February, 2021, and the year was off to a frustrating start, when I opened my email to find a note from Dominick Oczkowski, creator of the Minuta Stereo camera. I knew something of Oczkowski already, thanks to a podcast or something I saw on Twitter …
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?