I was lucky enough to pick up Fujifilm's latest X-T2 mirrorless camera this week, and there's nothing but praise for it online. It really is a great camera, but I thought I'd talk about a few firmware problems I've discovered so far.
I built my own temperature controlled water bath for developing color film at home, and learned a few things along the way.
Reliably color correcting your scanned film negatives is an exercise in frustration. Not anymore! I've created a set of Photoshop actions that completely automates the process and will get your scanned images looking great with minimal effort and while preserving maximum image quality.
My first serious medium format film camera. The Fuji GW690II from 1985 is big and bulky, but really easy to use and produces amazing photos.
Easily the best thrift store find I've ever made. This incredibly awesome and beefy amp did not require any servicing at all—I'm just glad somebody decided to donate it instead of tossing it in the dump.