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One year in!

One year in!

August 19th is the birthday of our Grand Arcade shop, so we thought we'd share some photos with you of what we look like, having...

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Planned Re-Opening July 1st - with Social Distancing

Planned Re-Opening July 1st - with Social Distancing

Good news everyone! We are hoping to re-open our (arguably essential) shop on Wednesday 1st July 2020, following closure for COVID-19. This will give us...

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Photography Basics - Start Here!

Photography Basics - Start Here!

By Mike Medlock and Howard Parker. Call us daft, but we reckon that you probably haven't stumbled across this article by chance - you're probably here...

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Free Cleaning Service!

Good news everyone!

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, as of April 1st we've decided to launch a free camera cleaning service for anyone worried about their equipment being contaminated with germs, grime, grit or gunk.

With our specially heated dihydrogen-oxide cleaning fluid, and patented 350 Degrees Celcius QuickDry process, we can essentially eliminate over 9000 forms of contamination inside and outside your camera, lens or other accessory. We'll also scrub all optical surfaces with superfine wire wool for exceptional light transmission. 

Simply send us your photographic equipment in the post, and we'll apply our unique treatment to disinfect your precious camera.*

Karen, 42 from Birkenhead says: "My son George got his father's Leica M6 absolutely filthy after using it on his gap year in Brixton. I couldn't believe how clean it came up after West Yorkshire Cameras had it for a mere 8 months of cleaning. I don't even mind that it doesn't work properly now, because we only use it for a prop in Instagram photos. I told them -shut up and take my money! But they insisted it was a free service. Thanks, West Yorkshire Cameras!" 

We are offering this service from April 1st 2020. 

*We are not liable for any damage caused to your equipment, including but not limited to water ingress, heat-related melting or bite marks.