Category Archives: black and white

Beutler Film Developer Review

Beutler Film Developer Formula Review Introduction – The formula published by Willi Beutler in the first edition of his book “Mein Dunklekammer Praxis” in the 1950s is an excellent developer originally designed for use with the thinner films being produced … Continue reading

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Mountain Snowstorm

A few years ago I had spent a day hiking around in one of my favorite locations, Lamoille Canyon. Just as I started driving out of the canyon a sudden snow squal came rolling down the mountain slopes. As it … Continue reading

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No Batteries Involved

Meet my Zeiss Ikon Ercona 1. This is a 6×9 folding medium format camera built by the Zeiss Ikon camera factory in Dresden, East Germany, sometime in the 1950s. It is a very basic camera. Everything has to be set by hand … Continue reading

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Playing With Toys

Certainly a little old for this but today was spent playing with toys. Here are a few shots just for the fun of it. These were taken with a Pentax SV. This is an early Pentax using an M42 threaded mount and was produced even before the Pentax … Continue reading

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