A staple of mine is the Filson Feather cloth shirt, I could live in this shirt. When the epaulets version was on closeout awhile back, even though they didn’t have my size left in stock, I ordered 4-5 of each color. Although the version with epaulets is sadly still not available, Filson has given us new colors and plaids, as well as the standard short sleeves version. As always Filson backs their wear with their lifetime warranty.
We’ll have a full review of the Feather Cloth Shirt coming up shortly, as our order of the new one should arrive this week. LINKFP
There were times when our two years in Mumbai seemed an eternity. I knew the time would pass quickly, however, that every day, strange as it was, would crossfade into the next and that sooner, rather than later, we would be headed back to the airport, boarding a flight out, and that everything undone would most likely stay undone.
From June 15th through July 15th we accepted submissions for the first Field Photographer giveaway! All you had to do was tweet a photo of you out in the field taking photos tagged #WinFPGear and be following both FP and Emulsive to get entered!
Today we have a guest post, hopefully the first of several from a talented UK based photographer Rick Davy. Rick has touched on the subject of buy cheap, but shoot well in his own blog in the past. Rick has been kind enough to join us today to share some very lovely images and revisit this subject with some Agfa 200 Vista Plus! Lets get to it, over to you Rick! – Jef
After coming across a reliable source of super cheap budget end film, I thought I put it to test on a selection of cheaper end 35mm camera’s to see what kind of results you could achieve.
Here we are at last with our final entry in the Patagonia down series. We’ve taken a look at their new designs for both the down coat and vest, and have had some harsh words for them on the quality of their new products. Have we saved the best for last? Continue reading “The Patagonia Down Sweater”
Leica has unveiled their rumored update to the TL, the TL2. The heavens opened, light shined down through the clouds from those very same heavens upon this wondrous marvel from Germany. Well… Not really. Actually, it’s quite underwhelming. Although the TL2 features upgraded specs such as USB 3.0, 20 frames per sec, 4k video, the new 24 MP APS-C sensor and the Maestro II processor, the TL2 is still lacking the single most desired and requested feature in the TL… A built-in EVF.
Japan Camera Hunter Bellamy Hunt known for his love of film, released his own Street Pan B&W film awhile back, and that film has been a huge success. If you’ve been shooting this film and want to show off your love for it, Hunt has you covered. Available through his site is the new JCH X Thirdculture StreetPan Pin. The pin will only cost you ¥1,300, that’s about $11.50 in real money. (Link) FP
This is turning out to be a good year for film shooters, with multiple new films and Kodak even bringing back one of their legends. Rollei has now announced a new slide film, Rollei Vario Chrome. It’s a E-6 ASA 320 film that says it can be exposed anywhere between 200-400 speeds without any development adjustments. That would make it a rather versatile film suitable for a wide range of subjects.
We have a few rolls ordered, and will of course provide some samples when able, I’m sure you can look forward to seeing it featured by our friends over at Emulsive in the future as well. You can pre-order the film now through a few sites including Maco Direct and Camera Film Photo for around $9USD. The film is set to be released early July. FP