Tag Archive: Cosina CX-2

Choosing a pocketable film camera to join the Olympus OM SLRs for my next trip to Romania

In my most recent post here I left open the question of which pocketable film camera I might choose to go along with the SLRs, Olympus OMs. One I pulled out is the… Continue reading

Where have all the film photo bloggers gone? A solution to ‘scanning’ film using a digital camera?

A single blogger who I followed from my other, non-photographic, blog (grumpytyke) has persuaded me to open this other blog of mine and think about beginning to post on it again. It was… Continue reading

Contax AX back in service (despite mirror slip), Zeiss Planar, Sonnar, Distagon & Yashica lenses; back-up, Yashica FX-3

My photography, and therefore posting on this blog, being severely limited over the past year by health problems, I’ve been thinking seriously about reducing my ‘user’ camera collection and concentrating on just a… Continue reading

Wood (Cee’s black and white challenge); classic film cameras

  my long fallen friend hacked down from your majesty  rest awhile with me This picture was previously posted on my first ever blog (grumpytyke) as one of what I call my ‘picture haiku’,… Continue reading

Back with a Zeiss 50mm f/1.4 legacy lens on Olympus digital to supplement film on classic cameras

I’m back, hopefully for a while, after a long absence.  I owe my many friends and followers here an explanation so I’ll just pick up a para from grumpytyke, on which I began to… Continue reading

Sculpture. Cosina CX-2, Tri-X

Menston village, Wharfedale, Yorkshire Cosina CX-2, Kodak Tri-X at 400ASA, D-76

Photographing people taking photographs. Cosina CX-2. Tri-X

A couple of weeks ago Marie of ‘shimmering grains’ published some pictures of people taking photographs in New York. She said it wasn’t an intentional theme but, as I commented on her post,… Continue reading

WordPress themes – random header will show all my classic cameras, eventually

The change of theme for this, my photo blog, seems to be going well. Something I really like is the grid at the side showing pix (with links) to some other bloggers’ posts… Continue reading

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