Category Archives: Blurberati with Cameras

Blurberati with Cameras: Kodak Retina IIIc

#Camerathursdays is our semi-weekly series that lets us, the people behind Blurb, show the cameras we shoot with. Today we feature the return of one of our first contributors to the series, our Internet plumber, Mike. Mike is a true analog aficionado and he brings us another beauty: The Kodak Retina IIIc. Beyond just being [...]

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#Camerathursdays: The Book

  A few weeks ago we published our twentieth #camerathursdays post. That seemed like a milestone worthy of a book. So I fired up Blurb BookSmart, slurped in the blog posts, and a book was born (actually there were a few more steps: like getting access to the original image files in order to get [...]

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Blurberati with Cameras: Black Leica M4

Today on #camerathursdays we feature the return of Dan Milnor (a.k.a. @smogranch, Blurb’s photographer at large). But this isn’t a rerun. Last time we featured Dan and his Leica M6. Today we introduce his Leica M4 (observant readers will notice a Leica m9 slung around his neck too). The Black Leica M4 is one of the [...]

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Blurberati with Cameras: Diana+

#Camerathursdays is our quasi-weekly series that lets us, the people of Blurb, show off the cameras we use and love. We’ve featured 20 cameras so far and surprisingly we haven’t shown a camera from the folks at Lomography. Until now. Much like the instant, disposable, and box cameras we’ve featured here, the Diana+ is a [...]

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