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  • Camera Collections: Lomographer diana3009's Bellows & Balgens

    Camera Collections: Lomographer diana3009's Bellows & Balgens
    She's one of the pretty faces always featured in @earlybird's infamous images, but did you know that community member @diana3009 from Germany is also a talented young film photographer and collector? She shows us her growing garden of vintage cameras in this week's Camera Collections!
  • Rolleicord Ia Model 3 - Model K3 - 531

    Rolleicord Ia Model 3 - Model K3 - 531
    Rolleicord cameras are Rollei´s Amateur Versions of the world famous Rolleiflex cameras. Tough slightly different product details these classic TLR even nowadays wow Photographers from beginner to professional.
  • A Tree Story

    A Tree Story
    In January of last year I loaded a roll of 120 into my Rolleicord and walked to work. On the way I passed a tree that I have photgraphed many, many times, but on this walk I had an idea. I took one shot and put my camera away.
  • The Docks (Galway)

    The Docks (Galway)
    The Spanish Parade (more commonly and mistakenly referred to as simply "the Arch") is a haven for tourists, wastrels and those looking for a convenient and picturesque place to get drunk in the warm(ish) Galway Summer months. Go through the Spanish Arch (built in 1584 to keep out the mad Spanish Armada) and walk down the Long Walk past quaintly multicoloured houses facing the swan hangout of the Claddagh Basin across the bay.