Almost all of this camera and gear collection (less one or two I shoot with professionally is a personal collection. Many of the camera’s are ones I did get to shoot with over the years, but could not afford at the time. Some are ones I purchased with issues and refurbished as a hobby. I dabble in both film and digital photography in my collection. Please click on the picture in the section of gear you want to learn about.

Point and Shoot Digital

Point and Shoot, Pocket Cameras, or Digicams are they are popularly called are a great way to keep a camera around for getting “that shot” when you don’t want to carry 35 lbs of equipment. Again, they are becoming very popular for street photographers. Here are a few reasons to carry one. Click on the pic to go to this type of camera …

Point and Shoot Film and Instant

Stick it in your pocket, load a roll of film, and proceed to take pics at the family reunion you probably never want to remember anyway. Simple no frills, may or may not set the ISO by the film roll DX info or not. My have a flash or may not. Basic to slightly advanced. Click on the pic to go to this type of camera …

Professional and Semi-Pro Digital

When you need to quality behind the shot (and maybe you are actually getting paid for it). These are the heavy grade “touring” camera. The one that gets the shots your customers want or the shot that ends up in a magazine. Semi-pro and Pro cameras are the workhorses of the industry and the extension of the photographers eye and mind. Click on the pic to go to this type of camera …

Professional and Semi-Pro Film

When you need to hardware to match the quality of the film and the lens. Sport shooting or professional portrait this level of film camera presents features necessary to capture that moment in time that a magazine wants for it’s next issue or a bride wants for a lifetime memory. Click on the pic to go to this type of camera …

Vintage and Antique Cameras

Whether to collect or get that very vintage photo shot on newer film … vintage and antique cameras are just fun to shoot and collect. We occasionally use them to take shots for weddings or family wanting that classic 1940s ot 1950s look without image editing to get a fake simulated look. Click on the pic to go to this type of camera …

Lenses and Accessories

Lenses or Glass can give character to a captured images just as much as a type of film or design of an imager. Anything from slight imperfections to purity of the light making it through adds or takes away from an image. We use many lenses depending on the shot we want. Our collection includes modern auto-focus lenses and many pieces of vintage manual glass. Link to come …

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