Monthly Archives: September 2013

A day in the wilderness

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
For hiking in the wilderness I usually carry a number of cameras, lenses, and other equipment in my bag. Depending on factors such as distance, terrain, temperature and days out on the trail, I will set…

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Low Tide – Olympus-35SP & Superia 400

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Superia 400 is not one of my favourite films, but I won 36 expired rolls in an auction for next to nix, so am happy to play with it in overcast weather. It is disappointing that…

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Mt Bushwalker – Olympus-35SP & Velvia 50

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Mt Bushwalker sits within the Morton National Park above the Little Forest Plateau, with views south to the Castle and Shrouded Gods along the Clyde River Valley, and north to Sassafras. It is a vast wilderness…

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Baby Box Brownie on Bluefire Murano 160

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
A few weeks ago I received an enquiry if I would like a 1934 Baby Box Brownie. A local villager had read an article in the regional newspaper about my camera collecting earlier this year. I…

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Echt large format with Ektar

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
I have always liked that the word echt in Dutch (or German, and pronounced ekt) signifies something that is authentic or real. This signification arguably carries over to Kodak Ektar if one is interested in semiotics.…

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