“1979” Recipe Settings BASE FILM SIMULATION: Astia DYNAMIC RANGE: DR400WHITE BALANCE: 6300KCOLOR: -2SHARPNESS: -2HIGHLIGHT TONE: -2SHADOW TONE: -2NOISE REDUCTION: -2 Although I like my Gold Leaf recipe it’s a bit too extreme to use regularly. I created this “1979” recipe to be a look that you can walk around with shooting all kinds of situations... Continue Reading →
For those reading this blog that don’t know, I also have a YouTube channel. I do repeat topics between the blog and YouTube channel but not all of the time. I did turn one of my recent blogs, Shooting with Multiple Cameras, into a video. https://www.youtube.com/craigbergonzoni If you like photography and filmmaking I hope you... Continue Reading →
UPDATE: I also made a YouTube video about this subject. Watch it here - http://bit.ly/3CamerasDTLV Last week I ventured out on another photo shoot of Downtown Las Vegas. The downtown area is one of my favorite places for cityscape and street photography style photos. Besides testing a couple new film cameras I went out looking... Continue Reading →
I love everything about film photography. I love the cameras, I love the choices of film stock, I love developing it and seeing the final result. If you’re considering shooting film then I suggest you consider learning how to develop film as well. It can be frustrating at times but also liberating once you’re comfortable... Continue Reading →
Many film cameras in the EOS lineup are underrated today. Since they’re not Leicas, Nikon F3s or even a Canon F1 they don’t get as much buzz online anymore. I’ve spent the last few years trying as many film cameras from Nikon and Canon as I can get my hands on. That includes old school... Continue Reading →
Just a quick update about some new gear. I ordered a new Canon 35mm f2.0 IS. I've never owned a 35mm prime but have always wanted one. I am excited to use it to shoot some cool cityscape shots.
2018 is turning out to be a big year for the mirrorless camera market. Sony and Fujifilm have solidified their place as the leaders in this market and Canon and Nikon have just begun take this technology seriously. Given that these cameras don't have a mirror to reflect a preview image through the viewfinder they... Continue Reading →