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One of my favorite buildings in Malta – Selmun castle – a gorgeous 18th century gem of Baroque architecture. The turquoise film gives its creamy colour a lovely azure twist. 16 more words

Analogue Photography

Die Kodak Retina Reflex IV

Als ich über meine wertvollste Kamera, die Kodak Retina Reflex S meines Vaters schrieb, hatte ich versprochen sie durch weiteren fleißigen Gebrauch zu ehren. Natürlich kam was kommen musste:  als ich die Kamera eines Abends aus einem Rucksack nahm, löste sich das 50mm… 1,242 more words


Praktica Nova (no name version)

This camera has no name on it anywhere – in fact, no writing on it at all. The only clue to its identity is the Ernemann Tower embossed in the leatherette on the back. 1,040 more words


Praktica F.X2

This is an early Praktica made by KW (Kamera Werkstätten) between 1958 and 1959 i.e. before the merging of East Germany’s camera makers into Pentacon. In many ways, this camera is much like what became the ‘standard’ SLR camera – such as Asahi’s Pentax and Nikon’s F. 1,628 more words


Taron Auto EE

This is a fixed lens rangefinder camera made in  Japan by Taron. Taron were not a major manufacturer but seem to have made respectable cameras. The basic outline of this camera is much the same as the offerings from… 1,416 more words


Flower mini-set

My partner and I don’t celebrate Valentine’s day. We think it’s a tradition that only leads to spending, that money spent on expensive dates or elegant bouquets is money better spent (or saved) somewhere else. 109 more words


Akarette II

The Akarette II is a small metal 35mm camera from the early 1950s – Interweb tells me it was made from 1950 to 1954. This makes it contemporary with… 1,928 more words