Cats have excellent night vision, because the pupils of their eyes can open up so wide, to let more light in. They can also see well in bright daylight because the pupils shrink and let less light in. This is exactly the same as the aperture on a camera, and it got me thinking: can I […]Read more "Feline light metering"
Background I’ve dabbled in infrared photography a few times, originally using Maco 820c. The results were varied and I didn’t shoot it often enough to get a good feel for it. More recently, I bought some Efke IR820. If you’re reading this post, you presumably know vaguely about the film already, so I won’t go […]Read more "Shooting with Efke IR820 infrared film"
No, not handbags and shoes. I’m talking about accessories for my collection of film cameras. My film cameras date from the late 1920s to the late 1990s, and between them they have a variety of different methods of controlling the focus and metering. Most of them don’t have any automation at all. This is fun, […]Read more "Accessorize!"