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Jeb Inge

Jeb Inge

Jeb Inge

Jeb Inge is a Berlin-based photographer and writer. He has also worked in journalism, public history and public relations.

Iran, Family, and the Intimate Photography of Laure d’Utruy

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We talk with documentary photographer Laure d’Utruy, whose intimate and varied photography explores with sensitivity the concepts of identity and family.

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Shooting Lisbon with a Minolta SRT 303b and Kodak Ektar

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Our own Jeb Inge visits sunny Lisbon, Portugal with a Minolta SRT 303b film camera and Kodak’s most vibrant film, Kodak Ektar 100.

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Our Photographic New Year’s Resolutions for 2020 (and We Want to Hear Yours)

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The writers have decided on their photographic New Year’s Resolutions, and we want to hear yours too! Happy New Year to you all!

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Funeral for a Friend – an Obituary for My Dead Nikon L35AF

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An obituary for Jeb’s dead Nikon L35AF, and musings on the importance of memories and having a decent camera to make them.

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Sixty Days and Counting with a Pentacon Six

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After years of wanting one and sixty days of shooting one, Jeb relates his thoughts on and experiences with the Pentacon Six.

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Nearly Dead and Almost Forgotten – 127 Film Today

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A brief history of 127 film, an overview of the cameras that shoot it, and whether or not shooting them is worth the trouble today.

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Nikon AF Nikkor 35-70mm f/2.8 Zoom Lens Review

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Jeb examines the performance of one of the best zoom lens values available today.

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Lomography Kickstarts a Brand New Color Film, LomoChrome Metropolis

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Lomography just launched a Kickstarter campaign that aims to introduce a brand new color film – LomoChrome Metropolis – in 35mm, 120, and other formats.

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Photographic Tips for Chasing Waterfalls

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This story starts with a fall, a broken tooth, and a wet photographer. Learn from our mistakes.

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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 not. It’s spoken in three countries, and its dozens of…

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Shooting Berlin with Lomography’s Berlin Kino 400 Black-and-White Film

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The German language lost one of its best ambassadors when Bruno Ganz died earlier this year. The Swiss actor was a mainstay on both stage and screen, with more than a hundred credits to his…

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Five More Affordable Rangefinder Film Cameras

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To help the cash strapped photo geek of today, we’ve compiled a new list of five additional rangefinders that still offer an excellent shooting experience on a shoestring budget. 

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The AF Nikkor 24mm F/2.8D is Nikon’s Best Value Wide-Angle Lens

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A little more than one year ago, while preparing to emigrate to Europe, I decided to put together a proper kit that could shoot nearly any type of photo. I settled on a Nikon F100…

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Kodak Pro Image 100 is Coming to North America – Here’s Our Review

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I’m on top of the mountain Kehlstein in Obersalzburg, Germany. Nestled about thirty minutes west of Salzburg and fifteen minutes east of the more famous Berchtesgaden, Obersalzburg has the dubious legacy of being the Alpine…

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