Okay, so things are weird right now, nothing seems right, days, time, rules all have no meaning anymore. But there is one thing that has kept me going, and that is my photography. When I learned that there would be an FP4Party is June, I felt pleased. Sadly the party never came into being, but that didn’t stop me from having a party for one. I had to come up with some sort of idea of what I would do for the party. Thankfully I had a couple of rolls of Ilford FP4+ in medium format hanging around from a project that never got offRead More →

If you’ve used any of the modern Bronica cameras, you’ve mostly used them all. And that is the beauty of them because of they all act, behave and feel the same in both operation and general, cosmetic details. The only difference is the size of the negative. And while I’ve reviewed the smaller of the three, the ETRS earlier this year, I now switch up to the largest of the three the GS-1. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m not a fan of Bronica cameras, but I like the GS-1 and would easily rate it higher than the Mamiya as it stands up easier on fieldRead More →

May got busy…really busy. Between the Northeast Ohio Meetup from APUG to going to Chicago, I’ve had zero time to do any sort of processing, but with a bit of a lull I’ve been pushing myself to work through my backlog. So expect some rapid fire posts for Weeks 20, 21, and 22. But first, Week 20, the Tremont neighborhood in Cleveland. I was on my way to the NEOH APUG meetup at John Power’s place and decided to swing through Cleveland and hit up the Aperture Photography store in the historic Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland on my way in. Sadly the store was closedRead More →