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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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Living with the K1000

I have never really counted them, but there are almost certainly dozens of on-line reviews for the Pentax K1000. So a lack of available information is certainly not why I have chosen this particular camera to talk about. Up to now my blog has talked about … Continue reading

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Can I Be Happy Traveling With A Folder??

In the days of yore, when folders were the king of the heap, traveling around the world with a folding camera was a simple fact of life. They were the teensy weeny digital point and shoot cameras of their day. … Continue reading

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Folding Cameras – A Good Intro to Medium Format?

I have to say, I’ve read a lot about folders on the internet and in my opinion about half of what I’ve read is useless. One of the biggest misconceptions is that an old, medium format folding camera is a good introduction to … Continue reading

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