INTO THE FOREST – A Forest Adventure with Camera and Poodle. 24 Page Zine
All signed and numbered by the author – RW Jemmett. Created in 2020.
This is a small ebook, 28-pages including the cover, with photographs created with a 1964 Olympus Pen EE Compact Film Camera together with some information about the camera itself.
The pages are on 80gsm paper and the cover is 250gsm all printed on recycled paper. It is in A5 – 8.3 x 5.8 inches 210 x 148 mm.
I will number the edition and can also handwrite a personal note – please contact me, on the inside cover.
Photography Log Book 35mm 480 Exposures: (20 x 24 exp. rolls of film)
A photography Log Book that will help you capture camera settings and other information. It has tables designed for cameras that use 35mm film (135). Plus notes to help you get the most from the Photography Log Book. Each page/table holds information for 12 exposures. There are sufficient pages to capture 400 exposures – equivalent to 20 rolls of 24 exposure films. Take the book with you and record the vital information so that you can review your results when the film is developed. Use this log to improve your photography skills and understand better how to use your film cameras.
Photography Log Book: For 35mm Film Cameras. Capture 288 exposures – equivalent to 12 rolls of 24 exposure films.
A photography Log Book that will help you capture camera settings and other information. It has tables designed for cameras that use 35mm film (135). Plus notes to help you get the most from the Photography Log Book. Each page/table holds information for 12 exposures. There are sufficient pages to capture 288 exposures – equivalent to 12 rolls of 24 exposure films. Take the book with you and record the vital information so that you can review your results when the film is developed. Use this log to improve your photography skills and understand better how to use your film cameras.
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The Purma Camera Book: A Vintage Camera Guide – Using and Buying Purma Cameras
Picking up a camera that is 50 or more years old, understanding how it works, using it in the field and obtaining a set of unique photographs can be very rewarding. There are many how to books whether they are original camera manuals or photography technique books, but I found few books that help a photographer get the most from using old and vintage cameras in today’s world.
I chose to use Purma cameras as they are a somewhat eccentric series of cameras, relatively easy to use and readily available at a reasonable price from auction sites, car boot fairs, Facebook Marketplace, etc. The shutter mechanism, lens and body are all simple and it is therefore usually possible to understand whether a Purma camera is usable upon first inspection. The only issue that photographers may need to navigate is the supply of 127 film. It is available from some film suppliers or sourced by adapting 120 film. This book is a compilation of information from several out of print publications, web resources and my own observations and experience of using Purma cameras. I have taken the opportunity to update both the content and grammar of the out of print publications to make them more readable and helpful to photographers using a vintage camera in the twenty twenties.
The Purma Camera Guide is available as a Paperback and a Kindle ebook
The Yashica 35 Camera Book A vintage Camera Guide – Using and Buying Yashica 35 Cameras
This book will help you enjoy buying and photographing with cameras from the full Yashica 35 range, including the various Electro, Lynx & Minister models. Punctuated with diagrams and photos taken with the example cameras the sections include:
What is a Rangefinder?
The Yashica 35 Range
Featured Cameras – Electro 35 GSN, Lynx 5000, 35W, Electro MC
Yashica 35 Camera Guides – Re-printed camera guides
Buying a Yashica 35 Camera
Using a Yashica 35 – Zone Focusing, Getting the Right Exposure, Post Processing of Film
The Yashica Company – History and Marketing of Yashica 35 Cameras
Testing, Faults and Repair – Testing your Camera and Repair Tips
Accessories – Lens Filters, Light Meters, Cable Release, Flash, Tripods and Camera Supports, Cases and Bags, Pimping Your Camera
Making the Most of Your Yashica 35 Camera – Colour or Black & White?, Architecture and Buildings, Street and Urban Photography, Landscapes, Low Light & Night Photography
Appendices – Lens & Photographic Terms, The Law and Photography (UK), What was Happening?