Camera Porn

A blog of sexy pictures of things that take sexy pictures of things. No actual porn, though. Sorry.

If you're interested, check out my personal tumblr.

thelifeinapicture:

Non dimentichiamo mai il passato,Perchè il passato ci ha reso ciò che siamo oggi.Let us never forget the past, Why the past has made us what we are today.(Biottiche Yashica-D,Lubitel)EmmEEssE-PH-

thelifeinapicture:

Non dimentichiamo mai il passato,Perchè il passato ci ha reso ciò che siamo oggi.
Let us never forget the past, Why the past has made us what we are today.

(Biottiche Yashica-D,Lubitel)

EmmE
EssE
-PH-

coolgirlsshootfilm:

We would really love to get this little project of our up and running again because we love camera and books that much!! Send in pictures of your favorite cameras with your favorite books for the World to see! 
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Got some camera and book photos to share? We love them! Send to strictlyfilm@gmail.com. Click here for more camera + book photos.

coolgirlsshootfilm:

We would really love to get this little project of our up and running again because we love camera and books that much!! Send in pictures of your favorite cameras with your favorite books for the World to see! 

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Got some camera and book photos to share? We love them! Send to strictlyfilm@gmail.com. Click here for more camera + book photos.

linusforsberg:

In the camera cabinet: The retro futuristic plastic super tiny rangefinder 35mm film camera Olympus XA (with A16 flash). Equipped with a 35mm M.Zuiko f/2.8 lens and a whole lot of attitude. I must admit, I fell in love with the fantastic design, the red trigger, the size. I haven’t yet put a roll of film through it, got it last week, changed batteries and light seals. But I’m counting on it being able to produce some really sharp neg’s. 
And it slips right into my back pocket. 
Why aren’t all cameras this cool?
And small?

linusforsberg:

In the camera cabinet: The retro futuristic plastic super tiny rangefinder 35mm film camera Olympus XA (with A16 flash). Equipped with a 35mm M.Zuiko f/2.8 lens and a whole lot of attitude. I must admit, I fell in love with the fantastic design, the red trigger, the size. I haven’t yet put a roll of film through it, got it last week, changed batteries and light seals. But I’m counting on it being able to produce some really sharp neg’s. 

And it slips right into my back pocket. 

Why aren’t all cameras this cool?

And small?

Not actually a camera, but rather an app icon modeled after one — in this case, a Smena 35. 

Not actually a camera, but rather an app icon modeled after one — in this case, a Smena 35.