I live in a valley in western Austria, somewhere in the middle of high mountains, small rivers, and many lakes. So I'm very close to those places where you can relax, recharge your batteries or just enjoy nature.
After a while of thinking about who to feature in this article, I realised that I had too many favourite blogs I'd like to share. So here is the FIRST part of my list of top bloggers who use analog cameras. Enjoy!
Here's the Iskra, a particularly well made Russian 120 folder from 1960. This may be one of the best Soviet cameras ever made! It seems to have been based on the Agfa Isolette II.
"I didn’t choose photography; it chose me. I didn’t know it at the time. An artist doesn’t think first then do it, he is driven." – Ilse Bing
In an old box, I found several negatives, with some fungus and in bad condition ... but with the most beautiful memories of one of the many trips of my father.
This tipster is simple and most probably written before but just want to share with some of you guys who left me a message about how i go about using the silhouettes for my double exposures.
I first heard of color infrared film, when a working collegue of mine showed me his pictures from 20 years ago, when these films were still produced and distributed by the Kodak Company.
You've already picked out your favorite shirt and your most comfortable pair of Oxfords. Before stepping out of your house, do not forget to dangle your most beloved Lomographic camera around your neck! Polyvore.com helps us visualize how to be hip while shooting from the hip.
If you want some crazy tilt to your photography you have two choices - spend a fortune on an expensive professional lens or build your own. It's easy, honest!