"I've finally figured out what's wrong with photography. It's a one-eyed man looking through a little 'ole. Now, how much reality can there be in that?" -- David Hockney

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Equipment Reviews

Before diving into these, you might want to check out What Camera Should I Buy? and then Where to Buy a Camera and then Film Recommendations and finally my labs page.

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Top photo: George. Rollei 6008, Tri-X, Schneider 80/2.8 lens wide open.

Hockney quote: Personal communication circa 1973 to Calvin Tomkins, reported in The New Yorker, January 12, 1998 is published by Philip Greenspun with a lot of help from others