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Shooting the Rolleicord 'Art Deco' in the South of Spain

Shooting the Rolleicord 'Art Deco' in the South of Spain

'With its intricate design of interlaced gold, reminiscent of Cuban Links, along with the vintage typography, it’s no wonder these are a hit with collectors.'

Ethan recently took the Rolleicord 'Art Deco' with him whilst visiting some family in the south of Spain. In his article, he tells us about his experience taking it to Gibraltar, Maro and his overall grasp of the camera.

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West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Steve Boylin

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Steve Boylin

'The ‘click, click, click’ of shooting digital meant I couldn’t slow down and focus. When I discovered film, I enjoyed the process of stepping back and slowing down.'

Continuing our series of staff interviews is none other than our resident scouser, Steve. In this interview, Steve explains to us how he got into film photography, his developing process and how you can still take great photos on a battered old Rolleicord.

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West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Adam French

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Adam French

'I’ve been constantly taking photos of everyone and everything for as long as I could afford a camera to build up a large record of life around me.'

Next up in our series of interviews is alternative format aficionado, Adam. In this interview, Adam tells us how he got into complicated chemical processes, building his own cameras and his fondness for odd point-and-shoots.

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Shooting the Rolleicord 'Art Deco' in the South of Spain

Shooting the Rolleicord 'Art Deco' in the South of Spain

'With its intricate design of interlaced gold, reminiscent of Cuban Links, along with the vintage typography, it’s no wonder these are a hit with collectors.'

Ethan recently took the Rolleicord 'Art Deco' with him whilst visiting some family in the south of Spain. In his article, he tells us about his experience taking it to Gibraltar, Maro and his overall grasp of the camera.

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Steve Boylin

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Steve Boylin

'The ‘click, click, click’ of shooting digital meant I couldn’t slow down and focus. When I discovered film, I enjoyed the process of stepping back and slowing down.'

Continuing our series of staff interviews is none other than our resident scouser, Steve. In this interview, Steve explains to us how he got into film photography, his developing process and how you can still take great photos on a battered old Rolleicord.

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Adam French

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Adam French

'I’ve been constantly taking photos of everyone and everything for as long as I could afford a camera to build up a large record of life around me.'

Next up in our series of interviews is alternative format aficionado, Adam. In this interview, Adam tells us how he got into complicated chemical processes, building his own cameras and his fondness for odd point-and-shoots.

Shooting Film is Better - Chloe Evelyn

Shooting Film is Better - Chloe Evelyn

In this so-called 'digital era', many photographers are choosing to stick with, or return to, analogue photography. For Chloe, shooting film is more satisfying than digital photography. I have always had an interest in photography, and after I completed my undergraduate degree in something I soon realised wasn’t for me,...

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