Kosmo Foto’s Mono: Roll 1, Porto (Chinon CE-3)

The first boxes of Kosmo Foto Mono arrived in November. It's only now, six months later, that I'm able to post some of my...

25 Lomos: 16. Fes slippers (2014)

You can’t miss the tanneries of Fes. You’ll smell them long before you set eyes on them. In one of Morocco’s oldest and most important...

Photo sharing for film photographers

UPDATE: This post was first published back in the summer of 2015. In some ways, you could argue, not a lot has changed since this...

Kosmopedia

Kosmopedia: Kiev-19M

In the world of Soviet SLRs, one name stood head and shoulders above the rest: Zenit. From the 1950s until the early 2000s, the giant...

Kosmopedia: Canon EOS 50/50E

The camera you can focus with your eye? What fresh madness is this! Canon’s EOS range is one of those rare things: a range of...

Camera reviews

The Olympus Trip 35 turns 50

In 1967, the Human Be-In at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco marks the start of the Summer of Love and the hippie movement....

Zenit TTL review

In the 1970s and 80s, photographers on a budget had help from an unlikely corner. While the West may have faced occasionally tense stand-offs against...

52 Photo Tips

52 Photo Tips #26: Don’t overlook toy cameras

This is the latest in a series in collaboration with Film's Not Dead. They were the cameras built for curious fingers and enthusiastic, is...

52 Photo Tips #25: f/8 and be there

This is the latest in a series in collaboration with Film's Not Dead There's a lot more to the photojournalist's maxim "f8 and be there"...

52 Photo Tips #24: Find a favourite film

This is the 24th post in a series in collaboration with Film's Not Dead. When you first start shooting film, the choices can be a...

52 Photo Tips #23: Silhouettes

      This is the 23rd post in a series in collaboration with Film's Not Dead. Camera meters can be easily fooled. Place a subject in front...

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