Don't let its simple title fool you. Mike Mandel's "People in Car Photos 1970" may well be one of the most interesting things you'll see today. See photos from this series after the jump.
Shooting on a bright sunny day involves a little bit of planning. There are a number of things you can do to avoid heavy shadows and squinting eyes in portraits and help achieve great results.
There's no doubt that the Lomo LC-A+ is a favorite among newbies and longtime lomographers alike. However, Asumi Mizuno, aka orangebird, prefers to pair this reinvention of the legendary LC-A with the Lomo LC-A+ Wide Angle-Lens. Find out why in this edition of Weapon of Choice!
Just last February, Cape Town's renowned professional photography store and film processor Orms developed their last rolls of slide film. In "The Last Roll," Hero AV compiles interviews with the establishment's owner and E6 technician, as well as the three photographers who captured the last images to create a fitting send off for the E6 process.
A beauty from the early 1960s, the Agfa Paramat is a simple but reliable and compact half-frame camera with automatic aperture controls. Find out more about this camera after the jump!
We are back with another exciting Doubles With You! This time we are zooming in on this candy-toned album by Erika Grendelova, otherwise known as erikagrendel, and Marta Huguet Cuadrado, aka marta1901!
Feel the summer vibe emanating from our featured album for this week!
On the spotlight today are these beautiful black and white photographs taken by, who else, our amazing community members!
I do not know if this is a unique idea; if it is, then I am taking my claim to immortality. Introducing, the "Principle of Light Penetrability" by Rene M. Nob.
I bought this really old German Zeiss Camera on Ebay for only 25 Euros. It was built about 70 or 80 years ago in Stuttgart/Germany, and it still works perfectly! Read more about it and see some sample photos after the jump.
Now that you already got acquainted with the different film formats you'll most likely encounter today, it's time for us to show you how to do one of the best tricks with film: making a redscale film out of any 35 mm roll!
Not long ago, I moved and one of the heaviest and most crammed boxes ever was undoubtedly the one with my cameras and accessories. While unpacking and organizing my analogue treasures I discovered a great way of keeping them organised and safe. Do you want to know how?