While design does admirably meet fashion with the Hipshot Bag, its limited function could leave you feeling like you've been bagged.
Traveling a lot and want to have a fun and quirky way to identify your luggage in the airport? Here's a quick how-to on making your own film canister bag tag!
Processing your own color negatives is fun and can expand your creative control and save a bit of money as well. If you have already developed your own black and white film you may want to try your hand at colour processing.
There's just something about making old, rundown, and derelict items into something beautiful and chic. Who would have thought that a rusty sheet of metal would have a place in your room?
Ever since I started to develop my own film, I no longer get the negatives back from the lab, neatly organized in plastic sleeves and a nice protective envelop I can just keep in a shoe box. So I had to find a different way to store my developed film.
Don't discard those corrugated cardboard boxes lying around your house just yet. If you're as creative as American artist Marta Crass, maybe you can make a camera out of the plain brown material, too. Just check out this cool Nikon F replica!
This is an unbelievable story about how a cameraman called Bebot resurrected a dead Yashica 635.
When I was a student at the Fine Arts Academy in Perugia, I fell in love with stenopeic photography and started gathering every kind of document I could about it and its technical evolution. I asked for some information from my photography teacher, Antonio Todini - He suggested that I search "Pinhole Photography" on the internet and as a way of remembering things said: “Pinhole, it sounds like pinolo (pine nut, in Italian), but with the 'H' after the 'N' and the final 'E'”. Since that moment the little nut planted itself in my mind and grew in the form of a challenge to make my very own pine nut pinhole camera!
Since I started pin-holing the world, I have had the strong desire to make a special camera, with the purpose of shooting just one photograph. The purpose was to sacrifice the camera in the process of photo creation – I wanted the camera to become the photograph. To let you understand, the process from the camera to the photograph is the same that ties the baby bird to the egg: the bird grows protected from the shell and when it's ready breaks it and comes out. This is why I decided to create the Pinhegg – An Egg Pinhole Camera.