I used my recently acquired Nikon F3HP and Nikkor 50mm F1.2 lens to capture film images at a mountain bike race at Oklahoma City’s Lake Hefner riding area.
We were hanging around the pool at Kay’s brother’s house in Hot Springs. I had just purchased my Nikon F3HP film camera and used it to capture this picture of her brother Rick and his wife Pamela on Kodak TMAX-100 film. I was just learning the ins and out’s of the F3HP on this trip.
I took this photo of my daughter-in-law Cheryl Pratt and my granddaughter Kaitlyn Reber while at a 4th of July celebration in Hot Springs, Arkansas. We were hanging around the swimming pool and I had my recently purchased Nikon F3HP film camera and a 50mm 1.8 lens. I shot this on Kodak TMAX-100 film.
I had loaded my trailer with some scrap metal from an old swimming pool we were replacing, and as I drove past the garage, I stopped, ran inside, and grabbed my Nikon F3HP camera loaded with Kodak TMAX-400 film and a 50mm F1.2 Nikkor lens. My wife Kay said “Why do you need your camera? […]
I like to simplify things when I can. I learned in the Information Technology world that simpler is easier to manage and secure. The more complex things get, the more security holes and problems that can arise. The same goes with my camera system. While I have some pretty awesome zoom and telephoto lens, as […]