I would like to introduce myself:
- mixed analog/digital: my enlarger only goes up to 6X9, so to print my 6X12 negatives at decent costs I have bought a scanner. And even some 6X6 B&W work is done via scanning/lab print...
- Sharpness: because I have been working with pinhole the last few years, "sharpness" has become less and less important :-)
- cameras: only occasionally I use lens cameras nowadays, Rollei35 and Roleicrod Vb are in use. Most pictures I take for 'serious' photography are with an array of pinhole cameras, homebuilt (6X6 and 6X9, in various focal distances) and bought commercially. Best camera's, in random order: my homemade Agfa 6X6 30mm pinhole, the 8banners 'Mb', and the fabuous crazy pinhole blender with three holes.
Color or B&W: both! Different moods, different subjects ask for color or grey tones. Both can deliver beautiful and/or interesting images.
My work is all over the f295.org forum, and in my own little website at
www.xs4all.nl/~dkalkhov, which clearly needs an update.
But hey, I have only recently switched over to a modern OSX apple, so now I can refurbish it, when the time is at hand...
Shop recommendation: Foto De Zavel in Utrecht/Holland, last resort for Analog photographers in the surroundings.