Who knew that aside from being a vital tools for understanding our surroundings and getting around today's increasingly convoluted cities, maps can actually be turned into beautiful portraits? A Welsh artist and illustrator did, and his works are nothing short of impressive!
This week on Analogue Girl About Town, I thought I’d show you some of the nighttime bokeh photos I've taken of the LA skyline from some of the best spots in the city and write a tutorial on how to make homemade bokeh filters.
It’s fascinating to think that a simple wooden box can be used to capture fleeting moments and immortalize them in prints. Photography enthusiast Benjamin Postlewait captures these moments and places in his life that is worth seeing as he takes on pinhole photography and uses it to capture soothing and euphoric photos.
This four part mini-series sets out to review my four favorite lenses. All these lenses share a commonality: they are all M42 lenses. I love the M42 standard. Canon and Nikon, and later Pentax are all proprietary; the M42 is not. We begin with the Helios 44-4 M.
Want to create Lomo-movies but with medium format? I'll shake your hand first for having so much money but here's the solution: La Guillotine Camera, A.K.A The Adidas Camera
La Sardina is one of my favorite Lomography Cameras. This maybe because it was my first (along with Diana), or possibly because it is one of the most forgiving and flexible. Get the best from this excellent camera with some back to basics knowledge!
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.
Once you've perfected the trick of making your own redscale films, you're finally ready to take photos with them. This quick guide covers the techniques you need to know to get the look you want to achieve out of redscale films.
Looking for a new lamp to shine some light in your new place? Try this nice DIY lamp idea with film negatives!