Five Medium Format Cameras You Should Buy Instead Of The LC-A 120

Medium Format

Simon recently reviewed Lomography's new LC-A 120 and, much to our (read: my) surprise, the verdict was basically "it's not bad". It seems like, after the unholy hell of problems that was the Belair, Lomography have started to learn the error of their ways and moved towards slightly higher quality products. But the problem of the sticker shock remains: £339 is a lot of money … [Read more...]

Pdexposures Podcast Episode 39 – Film Ferrania update from Dave Bias


Pdexposures is back with a first for the podcast: this episode is an audio AMA (Ask Me Anything) with Dave Bias of Film Ferrania, the Italian film manufacturer who is currently rising from the ashes and restarting production, and all the questions - good, bad and bizarre - come from our audience. During the next hour of your life you'll hear how the plan to restart Ferrania … [Read more...]

Pdexposures Podcast Episode 38 – Winter is Coming

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It may only be September but already the leaves are starting to fall and the nights are drawing in; in Nate's mind, panic stations are being manned and he's moving to red alert. He even changed the bulb. So join us as 2/3rds of the team largely disregard "transitioning to black and white", explore why winter is great when your darkroom is full of spiders, and insult the work … [Read more...]

Camera review: The Canon 7

Canon 7

As I'm sure anyone who listens to the Pdexposures Podcast will know, I am somewhat infatuated with my Leica IIIf. The reasons are many - compact size, high-magnification rangefinder, the way it fits into my hand - but whenever there is talk of rangefinders on Twitter, I appear to be in the minority. Most people go straight to the Leica M range, many opt for the Voigtlander … [Read more...]

Red Light District 05: Dave Kirby


We have made it to the fifth edition of the Red Light District. In much the same vein as our first featured Darkroom, Dave has turned an outdoor shed into a darkroom. He even sees some of the same issues Nate does - though whether he uses a bucket to move water around was unfortunately not addressed. What started off as a 8 x 6 shed was transformed into a fully functional … [Read more...]