William Lyon MacKenzie, not to be confused with William Lyon MacKenzie King (remember that for later), is more myth and legend that man. Cloaked in a persona often of his own making, MacKenzie was at the heart of the Upper Canada Rebellion, his push towards radical reform and public speaking skills caused many to flock to his cause. His use of twisting the facts, overblowing situations and the ability to turn men against each other and himself forced the issue in 1837. But much of what we know of MacKenzie is often more myth than fact, which has like much of Canadian history of theRead More →

Today’s Featured Cameras: (L-R) Canon T90, Olympus OM-2, Nikon F4, Mamyia m645 Pro Hello and welcome to the premiere episode of the new Classic Camera Revival Podcast! Today’s show is all about workhorse cameras, the ones you grab always that do all your photographic heavy lifting! In the darkroom today we discuss what you need to get starting with home developing, both black and white and colour. Hard at work, or hardly working? You be the judge of that The Cameras The following cameras were discussed on today’s episode. The Mamyia m645 Pro – this was the wedding shooter’s right hand camera through the 1980sRead More →