A test and review of a dedicated flash for the Canon AE-1, a match made in analog heaven
In anticipation for Film Photography Day 2014 on April 12th, we have designed some sensational graphics perfect for Facebook covers and desktops worldwide! Read on to find out more ...
I love trying all different combinations of cameras on my shelf and film in my freezer. Sometimes things come out OK, sometimes not so good. But just this week, I found a golden combination. Or better yet, a brass/purple combination: my Nikon FE2 armed with the new Petzval lens and loaded with Lomochrome Purple. Check it out!
How did we miss this for so long?? There is a street named after our beloved Joseph Petzval right here in Vienna! Read on to see a little video of our pilgrimage across the city to visit Petzvalgasse.
The production of the Zeiss Ikon stopped late last year in 2012. Better get one before the supply dries out! In the meantime, here's a tribute made by Zeiss themselves to the camera. Enjoy!
Una joya rusa con cuerpo de plástico y ojos de cristal. Lo primero que me sorprendió de esta cámara, fue su tamaño y robustez a pesar del cuerpo de plástico. Tiene un buen tacto que hace que la disfrutes muchísimo en el momento de tirar fotos. Por otro lado, los diferentes anillos selectores de distancia de enfoque, apertura de diafragma y velocidad de obturación si que me transmiten una sensación demasiado "plasticosa" y poco fina.
Whether it's with a classic camera or simply with her iPhone, Ukraine-born photographer creates proof of her incredible talent.
Some say it is a weak camera, but when I grabbed the Kiev 19, I felt that I could use her like a hammer. Learn more about this camera after the jump!
Yes, we know that the topic has been discussed endless times already, but it's not everyday that an award-winning director shares his insight on the great film/digital debate!
A photoblogger and certified camera junkie, Swedish LomoAmigo Jonas Eriksson tells us about his affair with the Holga and other cameras.
According to him, there are "more than 150 cameras scattered" in his home; always ready to be used and/or adored. Now, won't you like to visit this Lomographer's abode and take a look?
It’s been a while since his LomoHome was last updated, but it was a pleasant surprise to learn that San Francisco-based photographer Ian Tuttle began his affair with photography via the lomographic route.