As a followup to my Nikon F5 review, I wanted to make a video detailing my entire process from shooting to developing film to scanning. It turned into a VERY long video so I’ve split it up. This is part 1 – I’ll show you more visually how I work and in the next installment I’ll talk in detail about why I do things the way I do.
The Nikon F5 was introduced in 1994 and represents the 5th generation of the professional Nikon F series.
I’ve got one on loan to me this week so I decided to check it out and share it with you guys. The F5 is extremely interesting in its handling of considerable upgrades in technology for a 35mm camera. It was the last heavily used professional 35mm camera before the move to digital.
Build an Online Photography Portfolio in 5 Minutes
If you are a photographer, you need an online photography portfolio website. I’ve said this over and over in the podcast because I want to encourage you to get your work out there. It will make you better, it can open doors and its fun! If you are just an amateur, its an impressive way to get the photos from…Read More »