The Nikon F6 Project, an informational web site centered around Nikon's final professional 35mm film camera, the F6 was established in 2009 and currently being curated by John Crane.
The site was launched on the basic premise that - because it was (probably) Nikon's last professional film camera (compared to digital models that are hot one year, then fade into obscurity) - its continued relevance was assured. For the past 5 years the site has been focused on information about how to get the most out of shooting this camera.
Here are some photos taken by Nikon F6.
|Carpenter, Wyoming (2014) - Kodak Ektar 100|
|Crane Hollow Road, Rural Boulder County, Colorado (2014) - Kodak Ektar 100|
|After 2010 earthquake in Port au Prince, Haiti - Kodak Tri-X 400|
|Denver Fly Fishing Show, Denver, Colorado - Ilford Delta 3200|
|with Kodak Portra 160|
|with Kodak Portra 400|