Your Humble Filmosaur is, as one might expect, a bit of a Luddite (look it up, Junior). Yet he is not entirely opposed to technology, but simply opposed to technology for the sake of technology. He recognizes that there are things that technology improves, and things that it ruins.

YHF is also belligerent and opinionated. Don’t like it? Tough. Go read something else. It’s not like the internet is short of bland, vapid, and trite reading material.

YHF is admittedly a hack when it comes to photography. I take pictures I like, and I try to improve my technique to address self-identified shortcomings. YHF is his own harshest critic. No, that is not a challenge.

So stay, look, read, comment if you like. Or don’t. YHF is rather ambivalent about the opinions of people he’s never met. You don’t want to know how he feels about most of those he has met.


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    • Thanks, Gianni, and I’m glad you’re enjoying it. I’ve considered getting myself a Zeiss Nettar or Ikonta more than once – they look like fun cameras to shoot with.

  1. You have some absolutely wonderful examples of cameras, it’s great to see the results they produce are still so beautiful as well. I find digital is a great medium but nothing beats the feel and look of shooting with film.

    • Thanks very much. I’ve been lucky to acquire some great cameras, both film and digital. Both media have their places, but I agree that film is pretty special.

    • Sorry about the unannounced hiatus (I’m glad – and a little surprised – someone took notice). Things have been a little busy, I haven’t been taking many photos, and the brain hasn’t been cooperative enough to write anything worth reading. I’m sure I’ll swing back into posting at some point in the not-too-distant future.

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