1930's Vinten 35mm Motion Picture Film Camera

I chose Media Studies because I like the mix of practical and theory work. I am hoping to get a job in the creative industries in the UK.

Nikon F3. Just a beast of a camera. In production from 1980 to 2001, even after its replacements, the F4 and then F5 were brought to market. Solid, smooth, versatile. Everything one needs, and nothing more.

Nikon Just a beast of a camera. In production from 1980 to even after its replacements, the and then were brought to market. Everything one needs, and nothing more.

This infographic/cheat sheet from Zippi might be helpful for those looking to get out of auto mode and gaining more control over their cameras. While section 1 is much more for those shooting with film the rest is relevant for digital photography. We’ve included some more further reading on getting out of auto mode and …

Cheat Sheet: Getting Control over Your Camera in Manual Mode

The Manual Photographer’s Cheat Sheet: A Comprehensive Infographic for Beginners. As beneficial as the more automated style of photography can be at times, nothing quite compares to the control and connection you feel when shooting fully manual.

This is my film camera of choice right now.  SLR-Like operation with insane image quality.  Makes a Hasselblad seem like a point and shoot.

This camera is gorgeous! "This is my film camera of choice right now. SLR-Like operation with insane image quality. Makes a Hasselblad seem like a point and shoot.

We all love our digital cameras, but there’s something really awesome about shooting in film. First, it gives you the opportunity to understand how a camera works. It’ll challenge you to use manual settings for different lighting situations. There’s also a fun element of surprise with film because you have to wait for the pictures to be developed. You’ll often be wowed by a happy accident, which is such a rewarding feeling. Read on as eBay details more reasons to shoot in film.

7 Reasons Why You Should Shoot Film

My first film camera was the Nikon given to me by a friend in college. I used it for my intro to photography course in Santa Cruz and fell in love with it and have been using film cameras ever since.

This is when you know you've had a good trip. The result of @kealanshilling's 31 days and 6000 miles on the road. Over 50 rolls of 35mm film and packs of @impossible_hq instant film. All shot on a wonderful variety of equipment including the super popular Nikonos V an underrated Canon 7E terrific Contax G2 and iconic Polaroid SX70. I'm sure the results will be wonderful. #cameracult #nikonosV #canon #canonelan7NE #contax #contaxg2 #polaroid #sx70 #sx70alphase #filmcamera #cameraporn…

This is when you know you've had a good trip. The result of 31 days and 6000 miles on the road. Over 50 rolls of film and packs of instant film. All shot on a wonderful variety of equipment including the super popular

The basics for those of you thinking of starting to shoot with film.

Giving Film a Go

The classic little rangefinder that punches above its weight In the the Canonet became a household name, with over a million units sold.

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