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Unlucky ’13!


WHAT a start to the year! I decided to take a set of photos of my old cameras, all shot in black and white with medium format film. I thought they might have a chance of selling as wall art. … Continue reading

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Flash as a substitute shutter


MY CROWN Graphic 5×4 camera arrived with three shutters – 135mm, 150mm and 180mm – all of which have questionable speed ratings. It’s not that old-time shutters were desperately inaccurate, it’s just that somewhere between 30 and 80 years of … Continue reading

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Isolated on … err … mucky grey


I FORGET how long it took me to get to grips with lighting for “isolated on white” but it must have been two or three years. As I was mainly shooting food and other objects for “microstock” agencies, this meant … Continue reading

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