35mm Camera Scanning https://shotonfilm.wordpress.com/2017/04/19/35mm-camera-scanning/
Here are some pics I took of the last big(ish) storm we had here :) Taken from the beach a few minutes walk from our house. Long exposure with a Nikon D7000, post-processed in Adobe Lightroom. ^.^
17 years ago, who'd have thought that in 2107, would have no terrestrial TV and no landline, but shoot mostly film.
Prices and conditions for film development have become so bad that I developed some film myself for the first time in over 30 years.
I had a roll of Agfa APX 100 in a Canonet 28 for 1 1/2 years and forgot the ISO setting so I took advice from @chrismarquardt and did a 90 minute stand development in Rodinal. The discolorations are probably leaks from the cameras defective light seals. #film #analog #photography #rodinal #filmisnotdead
Shelley Sometimes shows how to shoot Instax Mini (relatively easily) in a Fujifilm GW690 http://www.shellysometimes.com/blog/2017/4/22/instax-mini-and-the-medium-format-cameras
Strictly speaking, a camera is just a means for forming an image on a surface in relative darkness. Anything else you add is a refinement.