Before plastic was as pervasive in photography as it is today there was metal, glass and rubber.

This is a Bronica Zenzanon MC 150mm f4 lens from the much loved, but now discontinued Bronica 6×4.5cm medium format system.

These lenses were truely made for the long haul – with the same smooth feel and positive engagement as the day it rolled off the production line.

As with most tools, as you become increasingly accustomed to it, you can think less about the equipment and more about the results. And like all creative pursuits, there’s a little bit of the artist instilled in each one – in this case a finger print.

Featured in Domestic Art

Photography is my passion. I love the challenge of aligning light and luck – the excitement when it works, the disappointment when it doesn’t. I strive to create images that mean something to me. That preserves a moment in time or tells a story. I think most of all, I like creating something you can enjoy for as long as you like from a moment that will never be repeated.

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Comments

  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganover 5 years ago

    cool shot :)
    love the fingerprint:)

  • Thanks Marsbub for looking, commenting and favouriting…you wouldn’t think a fingerprint would be that hard to photograph, but glad you like it.

    – Norman Repacholi

  • Perspective
    Perspectiveabout 5 years ago

  • Once again, thanks Jason for selecting two of my images to be featured in your group. Much appreciated!

    – Norman Repacholi

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