An Unscientific Review of the Nikon D700

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Can a twelve year old DSLR still impress? Jeb’s here to share with us his perspective on this digital Nikon classic from 2008.

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Ricoh GRD IV Digital Point and Shoot Camera Review

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Ten years after its release, James stumbled onto the Ricoh GRD IV, a premium compact digital that still surprises (in ways good and bad) a decade later.

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Finding Stillness at Acadia National Park with a Kodak Retina and Kodak Film

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Kodak film loaded in a classic Kodak Retina, shot at the most magnificent national park in New England. Connor brings us on a journey of stillness.

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We Review Negative Lab Pro and Interview its Creator, Nate Johnson

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Negative Lab Pro is a Lightroom plugin that simplifies the conversion of raw film scans into digitized files. We review and interview NLP’s creator here.

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How the Nikon F100 (and Film) Changed My Digital Photography

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How can a film camera change your digital photography for the better? Craig tells his story, and offers advice for those seeking a film/digital workflow.

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Why Take Pictures? Answering the Existential Crisis of the Photography Hobbyist

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James explores the existential crisis of the in-a-rut hobbyist photographer – what’s the point of making pictures anyway?

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Nikon Nikkor 105mm F/2.5 – Nikon’s Most Famous Portrait Lens

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We’re back with another noteworthy lens, and this one’s a real legend for Nikon photographers of a certain age. If you were shooting film during the 1960s or in any…

5 Reasons to Shoot Film When Traveling

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Got a trip coming up? Are you the kind of person who shoots both film and digital cameras? Then let me make a suggestion; the next…

Remember the 80s – Camera Edition

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If you’re too young or too old, you may not think of the 1980s as the best decade ever. But you’re wrong. We had time-traveling,…

Five Lessons I’ve Learned in Five Years of Shooting a Different Camera Every Week

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I’ve shot a different camera every couple of days for the past five years. This comes with a unique set of delights and disappointments, surprises…

Searching for Heimat with Kodak Film and a Nikon N60

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The German language is many things. It can be stubborn, demanding, exacting and rigid. It can also be strangely elegant and beautiful. Easy, it is…