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These are my tools, but hey, they're just tools...


Big, small, digital, film, instant, home made, all good tools, for different subjects...


--- Digital ---

Nikon D800, for pretty much everything

Nikon D200, soon to be converted in infra-red

Samsung WB2000, for parties or for exploring new places without all the heavy gear

LG VX-9600, when I have nothing else


--- Photo reportage ---

Nikon FE, because it's the best Nikon you can get per ounce

Leica M3, with a 50, for shooting on the street, HCBesque

Voigtlander Bessa L, for wider shots


--- Panoramic ---

Horizon 202, obvious, for paaaanooooraaaamaaaaas...


--- Instant ---

Polaroid 230, pure fun, people loves having a picture rightaway


--- Medium Format ---

Hasselblad 500c/m, my favourite medium format camera, shoot everything with it

Hasselblad 500c, backup

Hasselblad 500el/m, for indoors, because heavier

Yashica-A, lovely for outdoors portraits

Zeiss Ikon Nettar, bringing back the 1936 era pics

Agfa Cadet, the simplest way of shooting

Tower Model 7, better for long exposures cause of the tripod mount

Kodak Brownie Target Six-20, for 620 film


--- Historical Cameras ---

Kodak Brownie Flash Synchro, for shooting flashbulbs

Kodak Brownie Holiday Flash, very nice size on 127 film

Spartus Miniature, smaller size on 127 film

Kodak Instamatic X-15, for shooting magicubes

Kodak Tele-Disc, for disc film, I have to process C-41 myself for this one

Micro 110, for 110, pretty much useless resolution wise


--- Lomography ---

Lomo Smena 8M, I have learned a lot about light with this one, some pretty neat tricks you can do with this one

Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim, for shooting from the hip !

Sunny disguised camera, to get closer

Rollei Black & White Disposable Camera, for pure fun


--- Large Format ---

Horseman 4x5, awesome for architecture, landscapes, and portraits, one of the best cameras out there

Graflex Speed Graphic, to shoot barrel lenses, as there is a focal place shutter

Dorothea, for Hi-Res landscapes

Hannah, experimental camera that makes collages right from the exposure

Anya, anamorphs a half sphere into a rectangle, spectacular

Berenice, for perspective corrected architecture shots

Merlin, for fun

Benedicte, to prove that creativity is more important than the camera to make interesting photos

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Taken on May 31, 2012