Its an iconic piece of graffiti on a bridge in Camden. Reviewing some old images from when I first started shooting film this one caught my eye. Its a pretty run of the mill snapshot but what I do like about it is the way the graffiti itself is more of a background with the eyes being drawn to the contrast on the patterns of the rivets themselves. Its also a reminder of my short use of a Nikon F65; an entry electronic level SLR from the early 2000s. It was a reasonably fun camera to use being very lightweight and also compatible with the 50mm AFS f1.4 lens I used quite a bit at the time on a DSLR. It was dirt cheap to buy at around £15 and could produce some decent exposures. The main issue I had with the camera was really that it felt a bit boring to use at the time. Film was fun then but I was more intrigued by older cameras and soon after I would decide to part ways with this camera for an F3 instead. Now I’ve got a new appreciation for electronic Nikon SLRs and I actually think this is probably the best camera for a Nikon DSLR user with some modern FX glass to try out film (due to its very low cost to relatively high feature set – see Thom Hogans review).