Photography is a unique art form: half aesthetics and strong emotional connections – the other half all the engineering, technical nuts and bolts, science, and physics you could ever want.
The Nikon F6 is the most technically advanced 35mm film camera ever made. Understanding what makes it special is the primary purpose of this section. So put your Tech on and dive in.
After using the F6 with an old 105 Ais, and seeing how great the viewfinder was, how easy it was to manually focus with the F6, I wanted to try one of the Voigtlander Nokton lenses.
What do you get when you mix the Nikon F6, new Kodak Ektachrome 100, a penthouse view, Nikon’s 35mm f1.4 AI-S lens and a black table cloth? Read on to find out.
This evening I received an e-mail from someone wanting to know how to use the MV-1 with the F6. At about the forth or fifth step, I wondered if a brief video might be more appropriate. So without further delay, here's a brief how-to with the Nikon MV-1. You'll see...
Not just for bright light and landscape photography, Ilford PanF Plus ISO50 film is capable of much more.
Do something different. Shoot film using Nikon’s Creative Lighting System and challenge yourself to make unique, creative photographs. Having a tool like the F6 that is able to respond to virtually any photographic situation is a true blessing.
One of the great joys of shooting and developing one's own film is the ability to tweak and experiment. While it's true one needs to be prepared to have experiments fail - it's also true that when they succeed, it can introduce a new component to your shooting,...
More Technical Articles to come…
Thanks for baring with us as we work to reorganize the content of the site. Ultimately anything technically-related will reside here. Hang in there… it’s a slow process.
Camera nerds unite. Pixel peepers – not so much. But anyone interested in diving into the nuts and bolts of the F6, give us a shout. We’d love to hear your story.
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