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An old large format camera in Disney’s Aristocats

An old large format camera in Disney’s Aristocats

jayavant:

7th July 2014 - a wonderful day at 꿈꾸는사진기 “Dreaming Camera”, in Yangpyeong, near Seoul. The giant Rolleiflex is a cafe. Lovely people.

They have a Facebook page. https://m.facebook.com/cafedreamy?refsrc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com.au%2F&_rdr

I’m in Korea at the moment. Went to see the big Rolleiflex at Yangpyeong earlier this week. Here are some iPhone snaps…

indypendent-thinking:

 ansel adams with a contax camera by edward weston


Not sure if I’ve already posted this, but it’s worth seeing again. Lovely Contax I, with turret viewfinder.

indypendent-thinking:

 ansel adams with a contax camera by edward weston

Not sure if I’ve already posted this, but it’s worth seeing again. Lovely Contax I, with turret viewfinder.

Saxophonist, Sonny Rollins in India in 1968, standing next to a man who seems to be holding a Leica M3 with an attached meter.
I can’t be certain but that’s my guess. 
Read more & see it large here.

Saxophonist, Sonny Rollins in India in 1968, standing next to a man who seems to be holding a Leica M3 with an attached meter.

I can’t be certain but that’s my guess. 

Read more & see it large here.

Betty Page and Bunny Yeager, photographer. Nice Graflex (a Speed Graphic), though it’s racked in too close to be focussed. And a Rolleiflex!

thequeenofpinup:

Bettie and Bunny photoset requested by anon.

fromand:

vintagecamera

leica iii cross section, 1934

Is that a Nikon F behind Neil Armstrong?

Is that a Nikon F behind Neil Armstrong?

nevver:

Waiting for Bardot


Brigitte Bardot and Sean Connery on the set of “Shalako”, 1968.I can see two Rolleiflexes on the bed, and probably a Nikon F in Sean’s hands.

nevver:

Waiting for Bardot

Brigitte Bardot and Sean Connery on the set of “Shalako”, 1968.

I can see two Rolleiflexes on the bed, and probably a Nikon F in Sean’s hands.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

From Casa Susanna: Photographs from a 1950s Transvestite Hideaway

Some fascinating cameras in photo 4. Polaroid 250’s, a folder (Bessa ?) and what could be a Barnack Leica. She must have been a rich trannie!

tokyo-camera-style:

What’s APS ?  Fujifilm explained it all with this great TV commercial from the 1990’s.  

Some great Fujifilm ads.

tokyo-camera-style:

What’s APS ?  Fujifilm explained it all with this great TV commercial from the 1990’s.  

Some great Fujifilm ads.