More Df fun…

This camera is distractingly good. I’m actually struggling to think of a camera where the fun has matched the final results so well. The original X100 and the X100S come close, but they aren’t as consistent, nor as quick to focus. The eye catching features of this camera are its high ISO ability (which is …

Nikon Df Impressions continued

This is really just a gallery of Nikon Df example shots from a day’s (more like an hours!) shooting at Alexandra palace.  I took along my Samyang 14mm, Voigtlander 20mm, Zeiss 25mm, Nikon 28mm AI-S F2 (yes, I like wide angles), Nikon 50mm F1.8G special edition and Nikon 105mm AI-S F2.5. The ergonomics are great …

It’s all purple…

A while back I ordered some Lomochrome Purple from the nice people at Lomography. The film allows you to shoot infrared-style photographs. Although the resulting photographs look very different from standard color negative film (greens become purple shades), they are developed using the same C-41 process. The film mimics Kodak’s old Aerochrome (slide/E-6) film line, …