We recently talked about finding our "Forever Camera", the one we could settle on for the rest of our photography days. But what about your "Never Ever Camera", the most awkward, clunky, frustrating and disappointing camera you've ever used? The one you couldn't wait to see the back of and would never ever touch again… Continue reading Remembering Your Never Ever Camera
I'll pin my (red, blue, yellow, green) colours to the mast right from the outset. I've used eBay since 2002, and if it wasn't for this one site, I wouldn't have discovered the hundreds of amazing (and not so amazing) cameras I've experienced using over the last six or seven years. But there in one… Continue reading It Was The Best Of Sites, It Was The Worst Of Sites – They Called It eBay
With cameras, for a long time I was looking for the perfect one camera that does everything. It doesn't exist. Since I've rediscovered cycling, the same hunting pattern has emerged. After purchasing an ebike to replace my car for commuting to work and most of my local trips - including photo shoots - I hoped… Continue reading The Difference Between Travelling And Just Getting There
In the last year my collection of cameras has decreased to essentially two 35mm film SLRs, a DSLR, a few digital compacts and my Xperia phone. In reality I haven't shot any film in perhaps 18 months now, and in the last three months have only picked up three of the digitals, using my phone… Continue reading My Ever Shrinking Camera Collection
Going from one camera to over 51 in a couple years, and now currently back down to about ten, with much relief I've finally discovered the formula for the perfect number (PN) of cameras to own. PN = n + 1 (where n is the number of cameras you currently own) Now having read first… Continue reading The Perfect Number Of Cameras To Own Is..