Here’s a guide to photographing miniatures.
Last time I claimed that Ilford P3 film would make any camera look good, so for the ultimate test I put it in my flimsiest camera.
This point and shoot camera was nicknamed the Owl. Because it looks a bit like an owl. But does its eyesight match up?
Sticking with the big boy cameras, here is the Nikon F-801 and some more tricky films.
This 1975 camera was the first 35mm with an integrated electronic flash, but is it all flash and no bang?
This compact camera from 1980 still looks modern today!
This unassuming, tiny camera really packs a punch!
Piece of junk, or astonishing bit of kit? The Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim.
When Minolta decided to make a 110 camera, they really went for it!
My first post about a fully-automatic, compact camera, the Minolta AF-DL, is it automatically good, or automatically rubbish?
The first proper camera I owned was the Zenit E. Here is how I learned about photography.
This post details how I came to own the most garish, fun and surprisingly flexible camera in my collection, the Diana F+. It might look like a child’s toy, but this is a fully working system camera.
This is the first camera I ever owned, the Kodak Instamatic 56X – here’s what I remember about it.