Ready your climbing gears and tents. We are heading to the mossy green mountain of our Himalaya photos!
Breathtaking scenery, albeit merely being in the background, almost always makes a beautiful picture.
American rock icon and Velvet Underground founding member Lou Reed passed away three days ago. Reed died at 71 years old from liver disease, only months after undergoing a liver transplant earlier this year. He is remembered for his contributions to music, but not as much for his work as a photographer.
"What a drag it is getting old." In honor of his 70th birthday last July 26, today’s Overly Descriptive Photo is all about Mick Jagger!
This is my first double exposure trial by reloading the same film. When I look at the photos, the only thing that is on my mind is that I want to try to it again. It's fun!
"From the first time I saw a photograph being developed and printed, I was hooked. I couldn't believe it. It was like magic." — Dennis Morris
A celebration of Hollywood portraiture of the period spanning 1920 to 1960. Career-defining images of Hollywood's greatest names.
Who says Hollywood is all digital? Photographer Lucas Michael was backstage in last night's Golden Globes Awards, and he took these analogue portraits of the beautiful celebrities. Take a look!
Instant photographs already have that dreamy feel to them with the soft texture and lo-fit tones. German-based photographer Tanja Deuss adds more analogue effects to her Polaroid shots by way of emulsion lifts.
Although having grown up in a time when film photography was the norm, working with instant pictures was something special for me. Today it is even more special, as this analogue form of photography has been my companion for almost twenty years.
What if slide films were labeled in flavors? Have you ever wondered which one would be the strawberry? Or watermelon? Read on to see what flavorful slides will suit your taste buds or should I say, your eyes!
Want to add more color to your living room? If you have a boatload of film slides, we've got the perfect project for you!
We’re pretty much sold on the idea that skies are one of the prettiest subjects to take pictures of but this series of photo shot using Fuji Velvia film gave us more reasons to be fervent believers.
“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us, or we find it not.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
One of the best known singles by the Fab Four was released on this day 44 years ago, at the time when the band was already on the brink of breaking up.
Camera control freaks, you may want to cover your eyes for this or better yet, don’t! Photographer Erin Antognoli creates these wonderful images using one of the most unpredictable yet well-loved plastic cameras there is, the Holga. See more of her photographs after the break.
Let us take a trip down memory lane -- back to the days when novelty items such as cameras were given out like candy for free. Ah, nostalgia.