Thanks for an entertaining and really inspiring post. I've played with numerous C-3s and a couple of fine C-4s and C-44s. If the...
<p>I must have one of the later OM-2SPs. April 10 marked one year since I put in two silver oxide cells. That's 28 rolls of film through the...
These are excellent, thanks for posting. The shots are all very dramatic, but I really like #3 the best.<br>
<p>Thanks to all for your comments, I shall submit photos more frequently. Film (and Olympus) forever!</p>
Thank you very much. I have my films processed by Costco, and they almost always do a perfect job. They are the only ones left who...
<p>Thanks for looking,<br>
I love them all, but today I want to walk the River Road. Thanks for a great post.<br>
<p>This is an interesting post. I have had access to one of the MIJ 50mm/1.8 lenses, two of the MC variety and one of the old...
<p>In September, my mint OM-2SP locked up just as you describe after I had shot nine rolls of film. I removed the bottom cover and (following...
You are a master. It doesn't matter which tools you use.
Thanks for this interesting, well-written and nicely-photographed post. The Fed-3 images fascinate me, especially the 4th. The colors...
And another near Waterford, Virginia. Col. John Mosby, the Gray Ghost of the Confederacy, used to ride these roads. Argus C-3, 50mm/3.5, Fuji...
This should be a very popular thread, thanks for posting.
This barn is near Leesburg, Virginia. Taken with a Nikon S-2, 50mm/1.4,...
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