Oh aye....a real classic Keith. I like the studio set-up anall.
Well done that man!
Thanks David. The studio is 4 pieces of printer paper selotaped together and hanging in an orange box. The lighting was done by switching the flash to "on". If it works I'm happy!
Hi Keith, I have one of these going spare, as well as an OM20. Being a Scot, I didn't relish pressing the shutter button too often, but loved the photos I got, especially night shots in Budapest. I must look out the photos.
Now should we ever meet, I know you'd love a gift! Seriously.
Keep going - you have my utmost admiration.
BTW, which is your favourite of all your film cameras?
Hi Amelia. Thanks for the admiration. Film photography to me is very enjoyable because it is trying to bring together so many variables which all have an effect on the final image: The lens, the camera, the film, and the fact that you can't immediately check to see if you got it right! The other enjoyable aspect is the fact I can obtain top quality equipment for not very much due to the growth in Digital.
The Olympus above was my first acquisition for my return to film, so it is quite special, but I also love the Balda and the Retinette cameras, just for their "quality out of crankiness".
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