- Published on September 29, 2015 by Michael Zhang
Photographer Tyson Haslam has an interesting hobby: he takes vintage cameras and gives them a new look by replacing the rubber grips and various other panels with wooden veneers.
Unlike photographer Patrick Ng’s wooden-styled Canon F-1n, which we shared back in 2012, Haslam uses real wood veneers rather than a simple faux-wood wallpaper.
After carefully applying the wood veneers, he stains them for a finished look. His first experiment was back in August and involved a Yashica TL Electro X SLR:
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