Ah yis, a new film camera start shooting with. Well, actually, not really that new. I’ve had the Voigtlander Vitomatic I rangefinder for almost a decade but for some reason haven’t started shooting with it until now. The Vitomatic I is a 35mm rangefinder introduced in 1958, and I have to say it is a solid camera. I feel that it’s sustainable to say that if I dropped it on my foot, my foot would receive more damage than the camera. I’m debating whether or not to start shooting portraits with it, as there are some quirks I need to get used to. The focus is a little difficult and the metering takes a bit to get used to. Take a look at some experimental shots with this brick of a camera below.
In other news:
Pets will eat anything.
These mugshots of female Australian criminals during the 1920s are fashionably fabulous and have kind of an artistic quality to them.
The winners of Visa pour L’image 2014 have been announced.