Most images in the collections have been shot on a Yashica-A film camera. Introduced in c. 1959, this medium format 120 film camera made by Yashica is a beauty!
The camera only shoots in a square format with each roll of film taking twelve single images. After each photo has been taken, the roll of film needs to be manually rolled through.
Being a TLR (twin lens reflex) camera there are two lenses - one is the 'taking' lens that takes the photo and the other is used for the viewfinder system which is what the photographer looks into when composing the image.
Developed and scanned in the US by the amazing Richard Photo Lab, these images are only trusted to the best in the business. Shooting 12 images per roll of film means the stakes are high when revealing the images!
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See the amazing photos taken on this camera here.