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the time has come, the walrus said …

Toronto. When photography first burst forth in 1839, lenses were made by opticians and cameras by them or others. As time progressed, optical houses began to make both cameras and lenses. Some like Zeiss also made lenses for others. By … Continue reading

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Okey-Bokehy

Toronto. A recent post on depth of field prompted a note from my friend George Dunbar along with a photo for a red IBM ┬áSelectric typewriter (remember those machines with the flying golf balls of interchangeable typefaces?). For the ad, … Continue reading

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