Among all the scanners that are available in the market at present, we all simply go crazy before we are able to choose one. The most stressful part mainly lies in trying to understand all the technical features that are present in a good quality scanner, trying to figure out which one is better, and comparing the prices.
I can’t get enough of using masks, so I decided to build a dedicated camera. It should allow me to change mask without opening the camera, bringing unlimited possibilities to compositions, colors, multiple exposures, etc. I’m dreaming of it!
Film photographers and analogue enthusiasts are no strangers to the unique and dreamy retro look that film offers, but a mixed media artist has applied an additional touch to make her printed photos look extra dreamy and delicate. Read on to find out more!
A small group of young girls from South London gamely took up the challenge to recreate one of the late French artist Henri Matisse’s popular works “The Snail” in just one hour!
We all have a specific subject that we just can’t seem to get enough shooting pictures of. For photographer Clement Darrasse, it’s the places he goes to with his wife that has a special place in his prints. But wait, did we mention that he uses a wool string to take the pictures?
It comes as not much of a surprise when a statuesque fashion model decides to venture into photography. Getting exposed to the glamour and all those cameras, strobes and flashes can easily pique one’s interest. But when she chooses to shoot more than dolled up, couture-clad goddesses, it’s a different story altogether, and in this case, a rather unnerving one.
Instead of throwing away old engineering and science manuals, a Pennsylvania-based artist and designer has been using the pages as canvas for her beautiful drawings and sketches of colorful birds. Read on to find out more and take a look at some of the artworks!
It’s Halloween once again and before you don your scariest costumes, check out these contests we’ve prepared and win fat Piggies for those fearsome photos!
So you heard the news and discovered that we have a few Halloween-themed rumbles ongoing, and you’re ready to take photos and send those terrifying photos. Before you document those scary moments however, allow us to inspire---or rather frighten you---with a few ghost photos that will surely send shivers running up, down, and around your spine.
Want a quick and easy way to display or gift a film slide? All you need is a couple of pieces of acrylic and thick rubber bands. Read on!
Interdisciplinary artist Guy Laramée’s most recent project pays tribute to the legendary hermit Chinese poet Han Shan.
The renowned Spanish surrealist painter is a great lover of cats, too!
Analogue love comes in many ways. Lately, we’ve featured some pinhole camera stories in our articles that just reinforce the idea of analogue love. But photographer and artisan Kwanghun Hyun just takes it to an entirely different level with his mechanical clockwork pinhole cameras.
Freelensing is an awesome experimental technique that can give your photos a beautiful tilt-shift effect - all you need is an SLR camera with a removable lens. And - as I was happy to figure out recently, it doesn't need to be an expensive SLR camera... it works with the Konstruktor, too!
According to him, there are "more than 150 cameras scattered" in his home; always ready to be used and/or adored. Now, won't you like to visit this Lomographer's abode and take a look?
Country rock and folk musician Johnny Cash was known infamously for his run-ins with the law. Very few people got to see this intimate and loving side of The Man in Black.