I like the brick steps. The shadows are nice and the texture in the brick feels real.
Wow! You are really dialed in with that Panda. A stunning collection of images.
You and your Panda do very well in this environment!
I give a lot of credit to the camera and its designer. It was a real stroke of genius to couple a short focal length to a wrap-around film path, creating a 6x6 box camera that was half the size of any other. Mine has the added benefit of a brilliant viewfinder with grungy edges that mirrors the effect of the lens on the film image.
By the way, I like your photo blog.Interesting, informative, and I think I'll get a box soon.It will probably be no Ansco Panda, which is rarely ... but maybe a Adox 66 or Genos camera.So, warm regards from Germany-Saxonia;City Leipzig.Dirk
Thanks for dropping in, Dirk. I have several box cameras I like in addition to the Panda. I've gotten pictures I like from all of them. I would guess you could also easily find a Click or a Clack in your neighborhood.
Mike...the Agfa Click is a beautiful and underrated camera.(already ordered).Thanks!
I always love everything you shoot with that Panda. Nice work.
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