Fifty some years ago I was taking "photos" with a camera shaped rock that I'd found. From there to a 120 roll film Agfa-clone, a Hanimax Practica, and then the Olympus OM system since maybe the mid to late 70's (right now a couple OM-1's, an OM-2, a couple OM-2N's, a 3ti, a 4ti, a 4, and an OM-G that I use when possible destruction looms (you know, the omg! camera). I want to add medium format to my arsenal. I'm fascinated by texture and the macro world. I take a lot of landscape, but most with the hand of man evident somewhere. I shoot B&W and C-41 color now that Kodachrome is dead. I do my own B&W wet-work, but use outside lab for color. I live in the analog world and keep my digital excursions to a minimum. I'm a Capricorn and my favorite color is green...
Walnut Grove, MN USA (Laura Ingall Wilder's home)
photography, loud music, hot rods, and airedale terriers
"We often think that when we have completed our study of one we know all about two, because 'two' is 'one and one'. We forget that we have still to make a study of 'and'."
-A. S. Eddington