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Frozen in Time: Photographs Taken with the Help of Doc Edgerton’s Electronic Stroboscope

Photography has been a popular subject for innovations. From the first ever created camera to the different emulsions used in film, there is always something new to bring to the table when it’s about photography. Harold "Doc" Edgerton brought probably one of the greatest developments to the application of photography –his electronic stroboscope.

街の構造 -structure of London

Tipster of the Week: Melt That Plastic in Your Camera!

How to make beautiful borders for your Diana pictures with just a few pices of plastic, tape, and a lighter!

Make a 'Quadrachrome' Filter for Your Diana F+ Out of Unused Flash Gels

Do you have a bunch of Diana F+ flash gels sitting around unused? Well, here's an easy tip on how to turn them into rainbow gold...and start capturing the world in glorious quadrachrome!

Stencil in the back of Diana F+

Inspired by the Tori Amos Rome competition I wondered how could I photograph Rome in Wellington New Zealand.

6 trucos que debes probar sí o sí con la Diana F+

¿Eres el orgulloso dueño de una nueva y flamante Diana F+? Nos apostamos lo que sea a que estás deseando empezar a disparar y experimentar con ella, así que permítenos que compartamos contigo un puñado de trucos que debes poner en práctica con tu nueva Diana F+!

Celebra con 25 Lomografías hechas con la Diana F+

Tenemos muchas razones para celebrar que nuestra querida Diana F+ cumple 6 años. ¡Así que muchas felicidades a esta belleza retro!

LC-A- Doubles
Lubitel <3 Light Drawing
Lubitel <3 Light Drawing
Lubitel <3 Light Drawing
best friend prewed
trip to dresden
X-Pro Self Developed.
Sand
Splash

Cómo calcular de forma precisa la distancia de enfoque en nuestras tomas.

A veces calcular a ojo la distancia exacta a la que se encuentra el sujeto a fotografiar puede ser complicado. Pero hay formas muy simples de hacerlo, y en este artículo les muestro algunas.