Pesa quanto un ferro da stiro, è completamente manuale (compresa la chiusura del diaframma prima dello scatto), è una reflex spartana, ma resta comunque una splendida "nave scuola" per chi inizia a fotografare!
Until last year, a chain of supermarkets were selling the Esselunga films (in 100, 200, and 400 ISO). I do not know if these films were actually produced by Ferrania with another name, as is often said. Probably yes, but I'm not 100% sure of this. The behavior of these films is interesting, especially if you use Russian and former East Germany (Helios, Pentacon) lenses, because in this case, your photos are characterized by a dominant brown / amber that is very pleasant. Take a look after the jump!
Here's a quick tipster on how you can make your own 127 film out of an old roll of 127 film and a normal 35mm film.
If you've ever wanted to make your own pinhole camera but you don't know how, here are some steps that could help you! You can easily make a pinhole camera out of a juice box!
Recently, New York City’s Department of Records unveiled millions of images of New York City online. Photos date back to as far as the 1800’s and show the city in a new light. More on this news after the break.
So, Worldwide Pinhole Day is coming up in a few days--are all of you pinhole-ready? Are your pinhole cameras armed and ready to shoot? In case you're among those who prefer making their own special pinhole camera for the occasion, this checklist of things you need to remember when making one could be of help!
For April's Phototuts+ feature, we'll be learning about various vintage films and cameras. Read on for this comprehensive guide from Cameron Knight.
The employees of the garbage collection in Hamburg often see their city from another point of view. They know every single backyard and every secret corner. Now some of them tried to capture these points of view in photos, using dumpsters as larger-than-life pinhole cameras!
Pochi istanti ma sono sicura di averla vista. Il suo colore e il suo obiettivo sono inconfondibili. E' lei, la mitica Diana F+! La Lomografia fa la sua prima apparizione in uno spot del digitale terrestre per un nuovo programma su Italia2!
If you ever get to go to Paris, you need to take some black and white film! This city is made for it! It’s moody, deep, and really lives up to it’s character!