Gear & Technique
The times that I decided to blog about camera gear, photography techniques, and other technical things.
Published August 11, 2018 in Gear & Technique
Can a four-lens Wista VX camera kit fit into the relatively compact Lowepro 400 Flipside backpack?
Published November 5, 2017 in Gear & Technique
Filter showdown between an 80b filter and a NiSi Natural Night Filter
Published July 29, 2017 in Gear & Technique
Review of the Sekonic Twinmate L-208 light meter as a meter for everyday use in street photography.
Published October 7, 2015 in Gear & Technique
My method for reducing the chance of ruining sheet film by mixing up a large format film holders.
Published September 2, 2010 in Gear & Technique
A look at some vintage flasks designed to look like twin lens reflex cameras.
Published June 26, 2010 in Gear & Technique
Thoughts about using the very large Mamiya RB67 camera for hand-held street photography.
Published December 20, 2009 in Gear & Technique
A list of five practical tips for night photographers.
Published October 15, 2009 in Gear & Technique
Some thoughts about using old fashioned twin lens reflex cameras for contemporary street shooting.
Published October 10, 2009 in Gear & Technique
Although they have been obsolete for some time, does the large format press camera still have influence over people?
Published October 4, 2009 in Gear & Technique
Reproduction of the Burke & James Press Camera user manual, and some useful tips about freelancing by Weegee the Famous.
Published August 21, 2009 in Gear & Technique
Spotting a Speed Graphic camera in the last music video I'd expect to see one.
Published April 11, 2009 in Gear & Technique
Simple tip to help you load 35mm film like a rockstar.
Published February 26, 2009 in Gear & Technique
How to scan curled negatives flat using a glass insert, and packing peanuts.
Published January 20, 2008 in Gear & Technique
Cheap method to prevent accidental frames from being shot while using a soft release.
Published July 8, 2004 in Gear & Technique
A guide on how to disassemble an Olympus Trip 35 camera and modify it to always use its 1/200th shutter speed.