Matt Day takes a look at what makes this the perfect camera to get you started in film photography, how to use it and show’s us a few sample shots. Take a look.
Good morning! If you are looking to enter the world of film photography, but you’re not 100% sure where to start, this might help. With so many SLR’s out there to choose from, all of them relatively cheap, it can be daunting to figure out what the best starting point when it comes to buying a camera.
As many seasoned film photographers will tell you, the Pentax K1000 is a fantastic camera, solid build, super easy to use and comes recommended as one of the best camera’s if you are trying to find your feet with shooting film. Matt Day takes a look at what makes the K1000 so special. He talks about how to use it, demonstrates how to load film and shows us a few sample shots.
If you’d like to see more from Matt, he has a fantastic collection of videos on YouTube. A great source of information if you are interested in film photography, although Matt does use digital as well. You can also stay in touch with Matt via his Instagram page, Twitter account or on Google+.
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