This week on the Camerosity Podcast, we are joined by two listeners, Michael Gossett and Nick Lyle. Michael is an experienced digital photographer, but is a novice when it comes to film. Only having shot automatic 35mm SLRs, Michael asks for recommendations on medium format cameras, and tips how to shoot scale focus, rangefinders, and home developing. As always, we talk about other things too, so take a listen to our 10th episode and enjoy!
We are taking next week off, but if you are interested in participating in our next episode, be sure to keep an eye here for a new link which will be posted around noon Central Time Sunday, November 7th!
This Week’s Episode
- Developing film for Beginners
- Periscopic Viewfinder in Large Format
- The Retina Reflex Probably isn’t the best first camera
- Adapting DKL Lenses to Digital
- Eliminating Variables is the Key to Success
- Developing Your Own Film Isn’t for Everyone
- Mike Can’t Help Himself and Gets a Contax I and Throws Shade at the Sonnar
- Developing 4×5 film in the Film Holder
Cheap Folding Medium Format Cameras for Beginners
- Speedexes, Nettars, Bessas, and Perkeos
- Shooting Scale Focus
- Theo’s Konica Pearl
- Rotted Kodak (not Retina) Bellows
- Flexaret and Ikoflex Recommendations
- Oh Geez, Panoramics again!
- Mike Rips on the FT-2
- Nick Loves the Graflex Century Graphic
- Large Format Tips and Tricks
- Everyone Has a Kitchen Scale!
- With Hasselblad, You Have to Do Everything Their Way
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