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.
Flying with film doesn’t need to be intimidating. This brief list of do’s and don’ts will help get you and your film on the plane faster, easier and help insure success upon your return.
This is pretty exciting... (rather then re-hashing the same information, this post was lifted from DPReview) Kodak first announced the rebirth of Ektachrome way back in January at CES. Along with Kodak Alaris—who will distribute the 35mm Kodak Professional Ektachrome...
There are different schools of thought on whether one should use filters for their color film photography or not; each having its own merits. For example, why get a super high-quality lens and put a 'cheap' filter on it, effectively reducing the quality of glass the...
This past February I returned to New Mexico's Bisti Wilderness in search of dramatic skies. Armed with the F6, a freshly repaired 645 ProTL (thanks to Dave at Key Camera in Longmont) and lots of Velvia I was in search of drama. Watching the weather for two weeks...
Over Christmas we had the opportunity to visit Chicago again. Growing up in the suburbs I'd never had occasion to overnight in the city, with home being only 30 miles away. This trip we decided it was time we changed that. One of the wonderful things about...
A sea of dense, puffy clouds blanketed the Rockies this beautiful afernoon, with the occasional granite beheamoth poking its craggy head up through for a breath of crisp, high-altitude air. The Mountains seemed to wave hello to our little craft as we passed above, reminding me of humpback whales breaching in Alaska.
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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