My first "real"
camera was a Minolta SR7 bought 1967 followed by a couple of
Minolta pre autofocus bodies.
For my 35-mm work of today I use Nikon F-801, Minox 35 GT-E, Canon Dial and a Ricoh GR1V. In medium format
I use a twin-eyed Rollieflex from 1958 and a Mamiya 645 Pro.
Nowadays I am using a Nikon D70 and a couple of Coolpixes for the
majority of my work.
Through the years
I have tried a variety of B&W films and developers. Nowadays I have
settled with a minimum of variations.
For the last ten years I have been using Kodak TMX and TMY developed in HC110 and lately
When shooting color - both negative and slides - there is usually a Fuji film in the
All my darkroom
work is done at home using a Durst M-605 with color head and El-Nikkor
B&W work is printed on Ilford Multigrade and developed in Kodak Dektol.
My color negatives are printed on papers from Fuji and Ilford using the RA-4 process.
The images of my Photographical albums are either shot digitally or scanned
with a flatbed scanner from prints or by a Minolta 35-mm film scanner.
The images has been adjusted to proper size and resolution in Photoshop. The only alterations
made are colour, light and contrast corrections.