If you are looking for some inspiration for your next photo project, grab your favourite camera and films, and visit your closest amusement park! You might come up with great colourful pictures worthy of the handpicked section.
Celebrate Literacy Month with our newest edition to the DIY FILTERS. Put those old books to some good use as a filter for your analog cameras.
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Guerrilla Gardening is a green movement, spreading bountiful plant life in a sneak-attack like style. It can range from spreading seeds in desolate empty lots to planting flowers in those decorative, oversized pots in your apartment courtyard that never seem to actually facilitate plant life. There are even people who go as far as starting community gardens in abandoned spaces. One of the methods of guerrilla gardening is by using seed bombs, which are biodegradable clay clumps containing seeds that will germinate over time.
A group of funky Japanese artists created the "rrrrrrrroll" project. They took half a year to photograph many "Whirling" themed photos. Be it a girl whirling by herself or an object whirling, these are animated photos, representing the concept of temporal flow.
A 44-day trip to Europe with my LC-Wide opened my eyes to films. I have never derived so much satisfaction and thrill from taking, developing, and anticipating photos. And suddenly digital was part of my past, and it was effortless.