Not that long ago I tried slide film for the first time. Specifically Fujifilm Provia 100F in 35mm strength. And wow. Everything I heard and saw was true. Beautiful colors and amazing detail.
Wilson then showed me a roll he shot on his Pentax 645. To which I internally responded, “Yes, more of that, please. And thank you.” So a roll of 120 film it is. What to use? First up slide film has only a few downsides:
Continue reading My love/kind of unfortunate (Never hate) relationship with Fuji Provia 100F slide film
Done buying digital lenses. Well at a minimum I have everything I need covered. Never done. Thought I was done buying Hasselblad lenses. Those I did not have that I wanted were out of my budget range. Had a normal and a tele. Wide Hasselblad lenses are usually eye-watering-ly expensive. Made my peace with this. Minding my own business. Then Professor Lonnie Graham (check out his book here), who I interviewed for my first KEH blog post, sends me this:
And yes. Yes, I was. So the lens found me. I am powerless to fend off such an offer so the deal was made. Continue reading A Legend Purchased From A Legend: Hasselblad Distagon 50mm f/4
Was going to say I can add no more to what has already been said by so many about this lens. But it is so good I could not stop myself. Continue reading Could resist it no longer. Olympus 75mm f/1.8.
If photography needs to make sense you are probably not doing it right.
Had one then another wide to mild tele lens for Sony E Mount. Should have been over and done with.
But with the addition of a recently acquired A Mount to E Mount AF adapter two more lenses pulled at me. Continue reading Two A Mount zooms. Similar on paper. 2 different purposes.