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What I Learned Shooting My Vacation on Film

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Some lessons are learned the easy way and some are a bit more painful. Here’s everything that I learned shooting my vacation on film.

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The Nikon One Touch Zoom or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Point-and-Shoot

2000 1125 Josh Solomon

Josh reviews the Nikon One Touch Zoom, an “anonymous” point and shoot 35mm film camera that’s heightened his appreciation of the class.

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Rediscovering the Color of Life on Isla Bonita – by Isaac D. Pacheco

2000 1125 Guest Author

Guest author Isaac D. Pacheco shares his thoughts from a trip to photograph the life (above and below water) of Belize’s Isla Bonita.

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Staying In the Moment with the Nikon Lite Touch AF (a 28mm Point and Shoot)

2000 1125 Clayton D'Arnault

“Damn it. This guy declined my offer again,” I say aloud with disappointment. “Oh really?” says my soon-to-be wife. “Hey, can you help me finalize the seating arrangements? Also, please remember that we have to…

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Photographing Southern Poland with a Nikon F4 and Kodak Ektar

2000 1125 Jeb Inge

Escaping from the pandemic monotony, Jeb goes to the mountains of southern Poland with a camera and camping gear.

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Leica M Film Cameras Too Expensive? Here are Five Alternatives

2382 1338 James Tocchio

James recommends five excellent cameras to buy, if the Leica M series film cameras are beyond your budget. Take a look.

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A Final Salute to Nikon’s AF-D Lenses

2000 1331 Jim Graves

Jim Graves takes a fond look at Nikon’s AF-D series of lenses – the company’s first autofocus lenses that combine affordability and quality.

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For Aesthetic Reasons – Cameras, Cars, and Collecting

2000 1125 Joe Freemond

Joe shares some gorgeous photos of a Porsche 911 mountain climb, shot with his Nikon FM3a, and muses over the meaning of aesthetics.

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Close Focus: The Life, Work, and Cameras of Robert Capa

2000 1125 Ryan Alexander Huang

Ryan examines the life and work of Robert Capa, by way of the cameras he used throughout his storied career.

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Oliver and His Nikon Unearth Racial Violence in the Rocky Mountains’ Past

2000 1125 Yuan Oliver Jin

With Nikon in hand, Oliver seeks out a little-known memorial to five Chinese men illegally hanged in a goldrush-era Rocky Mountain town.

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Mountains, Dreams, and Reflections – In Norway with a Nikon

1800 1012 Leah Damgaard-Hansen

The untamed landscape of Norway comes alive in Leah’s latest article, in which this land of folklore is captured through a Nikon.

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A Journey by Train with the People of India – ft. Kodak Pro Image 100 and a Nikon FM2n

1800 1013 Hemant Chatterji

Hemant brings us on a journey by train with the people of India, photographed with his Nikon FM2n and Kodak Pro Image 100.

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Nikon PC-Nikkor 35mm f/2.8 – the First 35mm Perspective Control (Shift) Lens

1800 1012 Yuan Oliver Jin

Oliver reviews the Nikon PC-Nikkor 35mm f/2.8, a highly specialized shift lens for landscapes and cityscapes.

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Choosing a DSLR in the Era of the Mirrorless Camera

1800 1013 Yuan Oliver Jin

Oliver chose a DSLR. In the year 2020. According to most, this is madness. But here’s his argument for the DSLR in the era of the mirrorless camera.

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