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Hokkaido, by Michael Kenna

[ HOKKAIDO, IMAGES © MICHAEL KENNA ]Michael Kenna's Hokkaido is a visual and emotional journey through Japan's northernmost island's serene and mystical landscapes. Known for his minimalist and contemplative approach to photography, Kenna captures the essence of...

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Captured Dreams: A Hasselblad Love Story

In the summer of '85, when my photography business was finding its footing, fate intervened in the form of a chance encounter at KEH Camera Brokers. Back in those days, if you lived in the Atlanta area, you could walk into KEH and go through their bins. My heart...

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ALPA CAMERAS

[ ALPA CAMERAS: TC + SWA + MAX ]ALPA CAMERAS & GEAR [ YES ]EQUIPMENT LIST: MY PERSONAL ALPA INVENTORY HISTORY ALPA LITERATURE AVAILABLE INTRO BODIES ALPA MODULAR SYSTEM ALPA MAX ALPA STC: COMING SOON! ALPA SWA (SHIFT WIDE-ANGLE) ALPA TC (TRAVEL COMPANION) LENSES...

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How To Use The Zone System In Photography

[ ZONES OF THE ZONE SYSTEM ]Even though the Zone System is over 80 years-old, it is still relevant today whether shooting modern films or digital capture. This article is for photographers wanting to learn more about the Zone System for their particular workflow. We...

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4×5 Film Holders: Care & Carry

[ 4x5 FILM HOLDER + PASTRY BRUSH + SPG TRIPLE SLEEVE ]In photography school, I was taught to use a pastry brush to clean the dust out of my film holders. I still use this technique today, and it works, or I would have changed it to something else long ago. Get a brush...

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DIY Camera Caddy: Secure Your Gear While On-The-Go

[ CAMERA CADDY: HOLDS GEAR SAFELY DURING DRIVING & SHOOTING ]Have you ever wanted something to hold the gear you are using when driving around a location and pausing to take pictures? I travel to state parks, national wildlife refuges, and small towns for...

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Polaroid 55 P/N: How I Shoot It

[ POLAROID NEGATIVE CLEARING TANK & PERMA WASH + POLAROID 55 FILM + POLAROID FILM BACKS ]NOTE: This is an early article about a film that Polaroid no longer produces, but all of this info can be applied towards NEW55 PN100. This article has not been updated, and the...

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