Bodies

It only makes sense that my first blog post gives proper credit to the pieces of equipment that allow me to present my visions as photographs.

Nikon D810 - My main camera since obtaining it in early 2017, putting the D200 to the side. Stepping into full frame has definitely changed the way I look at scenes through my viewfinder, and has forced me take a different approach when I shoot. The immense upgrade in image quality still amazes me and keeps me eager to shoot more with this camera.

Nikon D810 - My main camera since obtaining it in early 2017, putting the D200 to the side. Stepping into full frame has definitely changed the way I look at scenes through my viewfinder, and has forced me take a different approach when I shoot. The immense upgrade in image quality still amazes me and keeps me eager to shoot more with this camera.

Nikon D200 - I got my hands on this camera in 2009, and it continues to deliver great results 6 years later. Although I can see a lot of chromatic aberration in certain daytime photos, and a slight decrease in quality, It's still holding up pretty well.

Nikon D200 - I got my hands on this camera in 2009, and it continues to deliver great results 6 years later. Although I can see a lot of chromatic aberration in certain daytime photos, and a slight decrease in quality, It's still holding up pretty well.

Nikon F FTn - One of my most sought-after 35mm cameras. I would constantly visit flea markets in New York, search eBay or respected retailers in hopes of finding a good deal on this camera. It wasn't until I made a trip to Florida and visited a Daytona Beach flea market that I got an amazing deal from a seller known as Clem, from Clem's Classic Cameras (Click-through for his website). It was like a dream come true to find the camera I had wanted for so long, not only for a great price but also in great condition.

Nikon F FTn - One of my most sought-after 35mm cameras. I would constantly visit flea markets in New York, search eBay or respected retailers in hopes of finding a good deal on this camera. It wasn't until I made a trip to Florida and visited a Daytona Beach flea market that I got an amazing deal from a seller known as Clem, from Clem's Classic Cameras (Click-through for his website). It was like a dream come true to find the camera I had wanted for so long, not only for a great price but also in great condition.

Nikon N75 - This camera used to be my father's, before he gave up on 35mm film and passed it on to me. One of the first 35mm cameras that I used along with some affordable rolls of Fujifilm 200; it definitely helped in shaping me up with being versatile and gaining an interest in 35mm film. An early 2000's release from Nikon, this camera has digital components for your aperture, exposure, and even automatic film rewinding.

Nikon N75 - This camera used to be my father's, before he gave up on 35mm film and passed it on to me. One of the first 35mm cameras that I used along with some affordable rolls of Fujifilm 200; it definitely helped in shaping me up with being versatile and gaining an interest in 35mm film. An early 2000's release from Nikon, this camera has digital components for your aperture, exposure, and even automatic film rewinding.

Nikon N5005 - This is definitely one of my favorite film cameras for photos that won't take themselves too seriously. It has an interesting body, with rotating dials for aperture and exposure. This is one of those cameras that you can take to a party, concert or small gathering and have fun with, just snapping away with the built-in flash in use.

Nikon N5005 - This is definitely one of my favorite film cameras for photos that won't take themselves too seriously. It has an interesting body, with rotating dials for aperture and exposure. This is one of those cameras that you can take to a party, concert or small gathering and have fun with, just snapping away with the built-in flash in use.

Nikon FE - This is the first 35mm camera I owned which has a built-in system for double exposures, simply pull back a lever to activate it and you could pick and choose what your second exposure would be on that single frame. I've shot a handful of rolls with this camera, and it's never failed to amaze me with how compact and powerful it is.

Nikon FE - This is the first 35mm camera I owned which has a built-in system for double exposures, simply pull back a lever to activate it and you could pick and choose what your second exposure would be on that single frame. I've shot a handful of rolls with this camera, and it's never failed to amaze me with how compact and powerful it is.

All images used in this post were taken from Google Images search results.