Screenshots of things I find in the street view of Google Maps, only Mexico City. Capturas de…
Centro, DF, México.
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I visited the Parkes radio telescope in 1973 as part of a high school excursion. I had my first camera - a Nikkormat FTn, with me, and shot this Agfacolor slide.
The camera had been my dad’s. He used it only briefly. It had been given to him for his job but he never got the hang of using it and preferred to use a simpler camera. He worked in management in Queensland Railways and his work took him all over the state. When I was about 12 I read the manual and figured out how to use it so he gave it to me. Within a year I was processing prints in the bathroom at night.
Sadly I no longer have the camera. I foolishly sold it in the late 80’s as it wasn’t working and I wasn’t using it. I had become enamoured of the Olympus OM system. A few years ago I bought another one just like it, which I shoot a bit, but it is mostly a memento.
My photography tumblr - http://un-sensored.tumblr.com/
This photo on flickr - http://www.flickr.com/photos/hojucandy/2805107083/
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My son shooted with a Pentax 6x7 inherited from a dear friend and good photographer from England . Thanks Jan!
Andrea inherited this camera from Jan when he died and shot that photograph with the roll that was inside the camera.
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If you are a photographer (from complete amateur to pro), or would like to be one, I was contacted today (well, technically yesterday) to see if I wanted to take part in a project that Roca Danare and Xavier Kat have set up. The project is a really nice idea, it is photos taken…
Thanks for promoting the project!
Hi, I’m called Nadia and i’m from Swiss
These pictures were taken with a Olympus OM40.
This is the first camera of my mom. It’s a very pleasure to shoot with and think that my mom did the same a few years ago.
This is a photo taken with the Chinon 35mm that I inherited from my Dad. It’s one of my most prized possessions. He loved photography and shared that love with me.
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