Much as I love photography with vintage cameras, there is one thing that a roll film camera with a viewfinder doesn’t do very well: macrophotography, i.e., closeups. These lovely images are, sorry to say, digital, and are here to illustrate what you can do when you can actually see the image on the film plane. However, there are options that allow one to do excellent closeup work with vintage roll film cameras. More of these are coming up in “Selecting a Vintage Camera” III and IV. Keep checking in!