oldschool

Fuji X-Pro 2 and XF 56mm f/1.2 R Lens – 1/15 @ f/3.6 – ISO 1600

Fuji ACROS film simulation +R filter and mocha toning

Black And White Photography, Joseph Giordano, New York, Photography

Old School

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7 thoughts on “Old School

  1. LB says:

    Joe, after reading your comment to Gale, I just have to ask how many cameras you own?
    I don’t say that critically. Instead, I wonder how many older cameras you have, and love that you recognize their value from a historical perspective

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    • Thank you very much Laurie 🙂 I mostly just have the cameras that I use on a regular basis the Fuji X-Pro 2, Fuji X-T1, Fuji X100T and occasionally I borrow the X30 back from Terry. As far as antique cameras I only have an old Ricoh 35mm rangefinder camera and the Kodak pictured. I am always on the lookout for camera equipment when I stop at yard sales that look interesting. I am also constantly scanning Craigslist for opportunities to buy gear that people have underpriced and resell it.

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    • Thank you Gale 😀 It is one of mine I picked it up in a garage sale. My guess is that it is from the mid to late 50’s or 60’s. Its made in Germany and is a 35mm. It also still functions beautifully except for the old selenium light meter. The cool thing is that on the leather case that came with it (which is in beautiful condition) it has some sort of passport label or possibly a GI labeled it when he brought it into the USA.

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