All from same magazine: Fotografe Melhor Jan/2012.
A Hasselblad is used to lend credibility to the ad.
Ilford Films and Paper.
Everytime we join some friends on a cafe to talk we make this kind of picture. Most of these cameras were shown on this blog.
The picture below was sent by Dimitry.
Speaking about books, a few time ago I decided to develope my films (B&W and chrome only; no color negative). So I bought the book “Formulario Fotografico” by Reinhard Viebig that brings most known formulas for film development. I got it used and cost me 5 US dollars (shipping included). Back cover is all white.
“Cameras Classicas” by Mario Bock gives technical and historical details of some classic cameras. As far as I know it is the only book in portuguese language about this subject.
But I think he wouldn´t mind if I post a few more pictures I downloaded from his flickr.
Leica M4-P, M3, III and M8 along with more photo books.
I love this picture: The Three Amigos (Rolleiflex 2.8F with Planar 80 mm f/2.8; Wide Rolleiflex with Distagon 55 mm f/4; Tele Rollei with Sonnar 135 mm f/4). Not to mention some Rollei photos behind the cameras.
More info regarding Tele and Wide Rolleiflex here.
And below, more of his Rolleiflex colection. Top shelf: Rolleicord, Rolleiflex 2.8E, 2.8C, 2.8D and another 2.8C. Bottom shelf: Rolleiflex 3.5F with Tele Mutar 1.5x, 3.5E, 3.5D and 3.5A with a very strange focus knob.
More info about all Rollei models here.
This is a lab that a lady friend have on her basement. She has three enlargers, the one at right works up to 4×5 negatives.
This is the “wet” part of the lab.
And here a few of her prints.
She used to shoot 35mm and Hasselblad (here a box with some of her cameras).
But since she purchased a 4×5 Linhoff Technika this is the only toy she has been playing with.
But I guess that soon the Linhoff will be left aside for a bigger toy (8×10 Kodak 2D still being overhauled).
A box with large format lenses.