18.07.13 by Jeff

“Basilicas” – print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Love this print series by Adrian Johnson, celebrating classic cameras. Lots more below, can you name them all?

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

Basilicas - print series by Adrian Johnson celebrates classic cameras

“Basilicas” opens July 25 at Kemistry Gallery.

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  • stifledgenius

    Hey, any chance you can change your “Love This” to an actual description when i tweet a post? I’d love my followers to actually click on it and check out the great work you’re sharing.

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      hi there,
      there’s no way (that i know of) to dynamically change the text according to each post, but you can always type your own tweet and just paste the link? glad you’re into the content

  • https://twitter.com/adamhowardcross Adam Cross

    first looks like a Graflex, second is a Polaroid SX-70, third is probably a Leica (not sure what model!), fourth looks like an older war-era Leica, 5th is a Mamiya RB67, 6th is a Leica M9 (this guy seems to like Leicas), 7th looks similar to a Canonet or Rollei compact – not sure though, 8th is a Rolleiflex TLR

  • Gianni Siragusa

    1st) is the Linhof Super Technika V but go tell it could easily be a Graflex too.
    2nd) yes it is a Polaroid SX-70
    3rd) is a Leica M2 or M3
    4th) Leica IIIc, also Rob Capa’s camera or at least one of the ones he used to document D-Day in Normandy.
    5th) yes, Mamiya RB67, a fantastic camera by the way…
    6th) yes Leica M9
    7th) it’s no Canonet but rather an Olympus Trip 35 with the distinguishable shutter release button and even more distinguishable selenium lightmeter cells around the front lens!
    8th) yes, Rolleiflex
    9th) again either Leica M2 or M3