Exposure Values were launched in 1954 by the Prontor shutter company at the Photokina event. Originally they were called LV (Light Values) then renamed to […]
A lens, any regular photographic lens, projects a circular image onto the film or sensor. The image circle simply refers to the size of this […]
A large format camera is anything that uses film larger than 120 roll film. This means that the camera will use either sheet film, or […]
Why do artists/photographers choose one camera over another? To many artists, the image is king and the technology behind it is of secondary concern. Often, […]
The choice and selection of Hasselblad bodies is complex and bewildering. Where to start?
Hasselblad made their V-System camera over a 50 year period, and they […]
Extension tubes are a very common camera accessory. They allow the lens to sit further away from the camera, so that you can focus closer.