Mi piace il mare ma… nessuno mi crede. Ecco qualche foto scattata con la mia Bronica SQ-A… al mare.
Riomaggiore is a pleasant town to visit. Since we are all sinners, we don’t deserve a pleasant, relaxing, tranquil walk wandering through the narrow picturesque streets… at least, this is
What happens when you compare the image taken with an iPhone with the one taken with a medium format camera!
Praise for travelling light with a film camera
How to choose a digital camera suitable for street photography
Red hot chili peppers and black and white photography with a red filter for high contrast of scenes with blue sky have one thing in common: are not well rendered
While in Venice (Italy) I shot the same scene with my iPhone 5 (HDR and filters) and Olympus XA loaded with Ektar. I propose here the comparison, while noting
Bronica SQ-A is an ideal camera to travel light!
Shooting film in Paris at high ISO.
Zeiss Sonnar 135mm is a very good lens – not on digital, though.
Dealing with lenses soft in the corners
Testing my Bronica in Newcastle
A wonderful Nikon polarizer.
The use of obsolete Contax / Yashica lenses on Canon EOS bodies is relatively common, but some exotic combinations of lenses and bodies are little documented and their compatibility unknown.
They say it’s not the camera, but the lens, that makes the picture. Especially with film, the camera is often irrelevant. Yet, this image taken in the Wharton Park could
Surely I cannot expect manufacturers to create new bags for an old Bronica SQ system. Yet, I believe I found a a very good one to carry a bulky Bronica
I reckon there are easier solutions, but the most complicated one I could find is this one. I bought a Sony NEX-5 (obvious), then an adapter to fit Bronica SQ
Durham photographed with a tilted lens.
…a “listed building” but, more importantly, is a very, very cold place… when it’s cold. Photographically, the Priory is the first time I combined my “new” Minolta Spotmeter with my
Una mia ricetta.