British Field Day 2021

Each year at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, Utah, owners of British vehicles show off their restored cars, motorcycles, and projects at the annual British Field Day. I’m finally getting around to these images. I’m behind on culling my film photography. All my photos from 2021 are in Lightroom, but they’re just sitting waiting […]

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PT & More 6×6

During my recovery from shoulder surgery, I’ve been going to weekly physical therapy. I joke that I’m paying other people to torture me, but I am seeing the benefits from the exercises and stretching. For me, the best part about going to the local medical clinic is seeing the beautiful photography from two guys that […]

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The End of 2021

During the last half of 2021, I’ve been largely absent from my site. It started in mid-July while riding my mountain bike and I fell. While I’d prefer to embellish a story about going over the handlebars while descending a challenging mountainside, the truth is less than exciting. While riding along a flat, paved trail, […]

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Abandoned 280ZX

A few miles away from my house an abandoned Datsun 280ZX has been sitting in a private parking lot for several years. Each time I drove past it, I thought how I should stop and capture some images of the car as it slowly became surrounded by weeds and the exterior became more weathered with […]

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Yashica Mat-124 G CLA

I recently sent my Yashica Mat-124 G off to Mr. Mark Hama in Georgia (USA) for a CLA (clean, lubricate, adjust). Mark is known for working on the team that built the Mat-124 G at Yashica’s factory in Japan. For the past 30 years he’s been repairing cameras from his home. If you recall, he […]

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Yashica 44 LM (1958 – 1962)

Soon after I sent my Yashica 44 off to Mark Hama for repairs, I purchased this Yashica 44 LM. This camera was the last of Yashica’s 44 line of TLR’s that used 127 film. Manufactured from 1958 to 1962, the Yashica 44 LM is nearly identical to the 44 and 44A. The main difference being […]

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Yashica 44 (1958)

After purchasing the Camerhack FCK127 film cutter, one camera that kept calling to me was the Yashica 44. Small, grey, and admittedly cute. I spent a lot of time on eBay looking at 44’s, but most of them were beat up, dented, and missing parts. I found one that was in fair condition and made […]

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Kosmo Foto Mono 120

When Stephen Dowling at Kosmo Foto announced the new Kosmo Foto Mono 120, I rushed to preorder several rolls. Why? Kosmo Foto Mono has been one of my favorite films. You can read my original review here, and view more photos here. Kosmo Foto Mono is a fantastic ISO 100 black and white film. Just […]

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Yashica Mat-124 G

The Yashica Mat-124 G is known as being the last TLR (twin lens reflex) camera manufactured by Yashica from 1970 to 1986. In a time where camera manufactures had abandoned TLR’s, the Mat-124 G was very much out of place, but very successful. The Mat-124 G is nearly identical to the earlier 124 model. The […]

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Yashica-A

The Yashica-A is a basic TLR (Twin Lens Reflex) medium format 120 film camera that was manufactured by Yashica from 1959 to 1969 in Nagano, Japan. When introduced in the United States, it was advertised as an entry-level TLR for $29 (US). The Yashica A, C and LM cameras led the way for the popular […]

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