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The World's Shiniest Kine Exakta - Daniel Walsh // Staff Picks

The World's Shiniest Kine Exakta - Daniel Walsh // Staff Picks

Today, we’re talking about Dan’s (extremely shiny) Kine Exacta/Exakta Version 1.2.3. This camera is a later model of one of Ihagee Kamerwerks first production 35mm SLR cameras, and just so happens to have been doused with a gallon of Brasso. 

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West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Louisa Muir

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Louisa Muir

'I like to think about my photos more when I take them, and the process of using film forces me to slow down and consider each shot.'

Our next interviewee in our staff interview series is our dedicated cat-drawer, Louisa. In this interview, Louisa tells us about her Caffe Nero addiction, her journey into photography, and her favourite part about being at West Yorkshire Cameras.

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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: Louisa Muir

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Louisa Muir

'I like to think about my photos more when I take them, and the process of using film forces me to slow down and consider each shot.'

Our next interviewee in our staff interview series is our dedicated cat-drawer, Louisa. In this interview, Louisa tells us about her Caffe Nero addiction, her journey into photography, and her favourite part about being at West Yorkshire Cameras.

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.

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Daniel Walsh

West Yorkshire Cameras Staff Interviews: Daniel Walsh

"I find that, initially, everyone gets excited by the expensive stuff, but it’s the strange stuff that you don’t see every day which excites me." 

Continuing our series of staff interviews, Dan shares his process with us, from which cameras he picks up to his favourite aspect of being at West Yorkshire Cameras.