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My Cameras (57/365) on Flickr.

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So I decided to do any other photo compilation. This time with almost ALL the cameras I own, there were a few that I didn’t include because they were broken, or duplicates. Also I couldn’t figure out where they all were. For example I had a nashika 3D camera somewhere. Don’t know where it is now. I also had another polaroid 600 type camera. Dunno where that is either. Anyway I tried to mix it up by changing clothes every shot. And yes that last shot with the holga is me with no pants because DAMNNIT it was the LAST shot ok! Also you’ll notice a white spot where another photo should be. By the time I noticed I only had 43 photos rather than 44 it was past 12:00 so if I took another and included it I would be cheating. Which is not cool. All these photos were taken on the 26th of Feb in 2012.

Anyways I’m going to try to list out the cameras in the photo see if you can spot them!

Canon LTM camera with 50mm F1.8 LTM
Canon AE-1 With 135mm F3.5 FD
Canon T90 With 50mm F1.8 FD
Canon T80 With 50mm F1.8 AC
Canon AE-1 With 50mm F1.8 FD (Whoops I shot my second AE-1)
Canon FTB with Vivitar 24mm F2.8 FD
Canon EOS ELAN 7 With 100mm Macro
Canon EOS RT With Samyang 85mm F1.4
Canon Sure Shot AF 35mm
Kodak DCS760 With 35mm F2.5 Ais lens
Nikon EM with Nikon 50mm s1.2 Ais
Nikon F2 with 50mm F1.4 N-Ai
Canon D30 With 24-105 F4 IS L
Nikon Nikkormat EL With 135mm f2.8 N-Ai
Rikoh XR-20y Program with Pentax K-mount 135mm F2.5
Cosina SLT1000 (M42 mount camera) With Fujinon 28mm F3.5
Voightlander R4a with a Voightlander 28mm f1.9 LTM (with M adapter)
Leica M3 (Brush Metal finish) With Leica Summitar 50mm F2 (LTM with M adapter)
Leica M8 with Leica Canada 50mm F2 Summicron
Zorki 4k (LTM camera) With Jupiter 8 50mm F2 (LTM lens)
Yashica MG-1
Yashica GTN
Yashica GSN
Mamiya RZ67 With 110mm Mamiya Sekor Z F2.8
Mamiya 645 PRO TL with Mamiya 80mm F2.8 Sekor C
Mamiya Press Universal With Polaroid back and 100mm F2.8 Mamiya Sekor
Mamiya Press Super 23 (Second Gen) With 100mm F3.5 Mamiya Sekor
Mamiya Press Super 23 (First Gen) With 90mm F3.5 Mamiya Sekor
Speed Graphic (with crown graphic plate) With Ektar 127mm F4.5 
Polaroid Land 180
Fujifilm Instax 100
Fujifilm Instax Mini 7
Polaroid Electric Eye Land 900
Holga 120N with DIY Polaroid back
Canon Datematic
Holga 120N
Pentax Auto 110 with 18mm F2.8
Polaroid Propack camera
Polaroid Land SX-70
Polaroid One Step
Canon 5D mark II

Strobist info: 1 30EX (@1/16th) as Fill light bouncing off the wall of the room, and 1 580EX (@1/8th) as a main light with a 32x32” softbox. Just to the right of the frame.

Camera: Canon 5D mark II with 50mm F1.2 (@F1.8) I didn’t shoot wide open because ITS REALLY HARD to get things in focus at 1.2 when your shooting blind with a remote. For the photo I did of the 5D mark II I replaced the camera with the samsung EX1 (because it was getting late and I was REALLY tired)

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Bottle (48/365) on Flickr.

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Bottle (48/365)

So I finally got around to shooting and developing a roll of film from my RZ67. OK this is not the best shot but I did load 120 film in a 220 loader AND that posed an issue. My best shot was on the 12th shot which got cut off.

Camera: Mamiya RZ67 with 110mm F2.8 (@F2.8).

Film: 400 delta, developed in HC-110 dilution E @10 mins (honestly that was about 1 min too long I think, the photos were over when I scanned them).

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No Blinkage please! (3/365)

So, I bought a Mamiya 645 TL pro today. I can’t believe how SMALL these things are. SWEET baby jesus. It’s 1/4th the weight of my Mamiya press. It’s COMFORTABLE to wear around my neck.

Anyways today I put a roll of portra 400 NC through it and developed it in B/W chemistry with a bleach bath (which by the way if you try, use gloves, trust me from personal experience).

So today’s photo is a scan from this roll. It’s one of my friends who hung out with me in toronto (Thanks Michelle :D , you can follow her at ) And it’d titled no blinkage because well she didn’t blink.

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Toronto is full of these guy’s by Dundas Square. I’m glad one of them finally helped me out and stepped onto the manhole cover I was shooting at. You wouldn’t believe just how hard it is to focus a Mamiya Super 23 with the rear bellow’s fully tilted on a moving subject.

Anyways. I got it. And it looks FANTASTIC.