Film Photography

1956 Minolta Autocord and Ektar 100 at Dunsink Observatory 2017

This of course used to be the only way of doing photography until the digital revolution came along around the turn of the Century. I put my first toe in the water in 1997 with the purchase of a Kodak DC210 which was not cheap and by modern standards wasn’t very good either. But it was digital in 1997! In 2005 I bought a Konica Minolta Dynax 5D, a 6-million pixel DSLR that took all of my Minolta AF film lenses and I was off into the world of Digital Photography. But I never quite gave up film.

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A fifty-something Amateur photographer and Space Enthusiast living in Northern Ireland