Contax 167MT Review: Perfection at the Twilight of the Film Era

What does a film camera look like? A silver body and black leatherette? A manual lens and click as the mirror flashes open, followed by the sound of a heavy manual winding lever operated by a professional with an eye for the decisive moment? This is all true, but swap out the retro aesthetic for … Continue reading Contax 167MT Review: Perfection at the Twilight of the Film Era

Olympus Trip 35 Review: A Legacy of Pivotal Moments Through Clumsy Glass

If you were born before the late 90's, there’s a good chance you have distant memories of your parents taking pictures of you or your siblings as children on film cameras. You probably weren’t aware of what they were shooting on at the time of course. If your folks were anything like mine, a young … Continue reading Olympus Trip 35 Review: A Legacy of Pivotal Moments Through Clumsy Glass

Lomo LC-A Review: Comprehension of the Necessities

What can be written about the Lomo LC-A that hasn’t already been said by its cult-following or the marketing team at Lomography? It is the genesis for the entire Lomographic movement, as well as a critical factor in convincing my younger self to take photography seriously as an art form back in High School. To … Continue reading Lomo LC-A Review: Comprehension of the Necessities