An honest image means no trespassing. It means closing gates behind you and honoring the mandate to stay on the trail - and missing the shot you want because you did. An honest image begins an hour before sun up and ends an hour after sun down. It means a last tilt of the thermos of tepid, too-strong coffee for something to drink at the end of the day. An honest image means washboard roads, AM talk radio, bugs in the radiator and chipped windscreens. It means nearly running out of fuel and paying too much a gallon at the nearly closed, sporting good-convenient store-fast-food chain-delicatessen-truck stop-fuel mart that smells like burnt coffee and is out of TP.
Welcome to the Nikon F6 Project.
Nikon F6 Project: celebrating the culmination of legendary, Nikon F-mount film cameras and seeking to inspire film photographers around the world.
Meta35: Bridging the gap between digital and analogue.
- 6 Things to Love About the F6
- Nikon F6 Home
- Picture of the Week
- Resources & Links
- Should I buy a Nikon F6?
- Six Things I Love About the F6
- Think You’re Alone?