The photographer Thimothy Archibald shares with us his interesting and moving project. In his series ‘Echolilia’, Archibald explores his relationship with his autistic son Elijah.
Warhol may have been an East Coast native but art brought him to sunny California once upon a time. Shot in 16mm color film, "San Diego Surf" was left unfinished due to injuries after his attempted murder but recently completed by his co-director Paul Morrissey. Four decades later, the film is screened for the first time.
At the beginning of every roll, you take that first test shot to make sure that the film is properly fed into the camera. Most of the time, the first frame turns out to be overexposed nothingness. Sometimes, it's a significantly light burned photo that leaves you thinking of "what might have been."
Want to improve your light painting? Do you dream of defined glowing figures in your photos? Follow these steps and you can create bright Lomographs.
In 2010, National Geographic covered legendary photographer Steve McCurry as he shot the final roll of Kodachrome film ever produced. You can watch fascinating video after the cut.
Photoshop may be a thing of more modern times, but clever use of photomanipulation certainly is not. Case in point? Headless portraits made using Victorian Era photoshop techniques. I have to warn you, though: the photos you are about to see, while fascinating, could be downright creepy!
One great thing to do in photography, and, in my opinion, even better in analogue photography, is to create a photography project. Projects are only themes, that may or not be followed by specific features. For example "pictures of securities" or "pictures of luxury shops securities".
Is your film stash fat, full, and happy? Good for you, because mine is depleted, lonely, and in desperate need of replenishment. It doesn't help that I came across this Flickr group of film photographers showing off their analogue bounty. Are you ready to cry and drool with me?
Yesterday, we shared with you more colorized black & white photos from decades past. Today, we found a collection of photos from Moscow in the 1930's that seem to have been colorized with paint which give us a more vivid view of Russian life back then. What do you think of these tint alterations?
John Lennon would have been 72 yesterday, but more than three decades after his untimely death, the iconic musician and The Beatles founder remains influential to this day. Now, in remembrance of his life and work, we bring you some inspiring and thought-provoking words of wisdom.
I hate red photos! But redscale's my favorite film! :) Do you want to know why I consider redscale as my favorite film? Then keep on reading! :)
Are you presently planning any trips, whether a quick adventure or a long-term journey? Is that a yes? Well, I thought of whipping up a tipster for all you fellow analogue travelers out there. Read on and see if you find them useful!
It's hard to imagine how it would be possible for us lomographers to take photos without depending on our eyes. However, there's a blind photographer who has remained undaunted in taking photos despite her handicap. Learn more about this inspiring woman and her work after the jump!
Kelseyz is a girl always dreaming in illustrations, a girl who is drunk in maximalism art style. She is a multimedia designer in working days, and a freelance visual artist after work. "Never stop dreaming, never stop exploring" would be Kelseyz's golden motto in life. And what story has Kelseyz crafted around the La Sardina DIY customization? We'll spin it for you after the jump!
Here are some of my childhood photos. Please don't laugh...I'm pretty sure your collection is just as horribly adorable.
Come with us on a journey through space and time to partake in the ultimate DIY adventure: developing your own film. In part 1 we will cover C-41 color negative and the lomo fan favorite: cross processing.
This past weekend, I had the chance to check out the works of some promising local artists showcased at the Bloom Arts Festival held in Cubao X. It was my first time to immerse myself in an art festival, so, after the event, I went home happy and full to the brim with all things beautifully artsy!
Do you have rolls and rolls of processed films waiting to be scanned, but you can't attend to it because your flatbed scanner doesn't support film? Well, PetaPixel says you can work with that scanner if you have a large-screen mobile phone or tablet! Find out how in this article!
Eric Bana with a single red daisy in front of his face. Sarah Jessica Parker in gym clothes plus a misplaced Perrier bottle. David Duchovny in shiny leggings on a disco ball. Christina Ricci emerging from a space egg. Here's a gallery of cringe-worthy celeb photos from the 80's and 90's. Posing and styling lessons learned, hopefully!
"The Dark Knight Rises" (2012) is one of the most anticipated on-screen adaptations of DC Comics' Caped Crusader. Before you flock to cinemas for the latest Christopher Nolan/Christian Bale flick, here are some rare photos from LIFE on the set of Batman, the 1966 TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward.
What do Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris) and Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Rises) have in common? Besides being two of the biggest names in Hollywood, both filmmakers are rather low-fi folks. Not fans of texting or emailing, they both continue to create movies in film and avoid unnecessarily hi-tech shooting techniques.
This is a review and testimonial to my faithful Zenit ET. For many years it was and still is a great friend and companion.
In his ongoing "Developer Trays" series, John Cyr aims to preserve the antiquated process of silver gelatin printing by documenting the paraphernalia used by famed photographers and institutions. See the darkroom developing trays once owned by masters like Ansel Adams, Sally Mann, and the Smithsonian.
If you haven't used a certain film before or haven't used a certain camera before, you might be interested in some easy tips that could make shooting film easier for you.
Before we had that red-curtained icon on our gadget's dock, real photo booths actually existed. Closet-sized boxes with cameras and lights installed, sitting on street corners, ready to take your coins and picture... Check out some oldies but goodies from the photo booths of yesteryear.