The Vredeborch Felica is a beautiful medium-format compact camera designed in the 1950s. It looks very chic and resembles the design of other classic cameras like the Diana.
We seldom see photos of our favorite photographers with the cameras that they use. Here are a few portraits of some photographers, some they took by themselves while others were taken by another photographer.
This is a how to guide for anyone struggling with their CanoScans. In this Series I will discuss the 4 ways to scan 4 different types of film: Colour Negative, Slide film Cross Processed, Colour Positive film and Monochrome film. Starting with Colour Negative Film.
This article will dive head-first into the world of medium format photography. We’ll take you through a basic introduction, then look at different cameras, film, scanners and processing techniques to give this type of photography a try!
Calling all Lomographers in Zurich, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Antwerp! Lomography is looking for fresh talents to fill in for the following positions: Lomography Representatives and Gallery Store Manager!
The outcome of the photos that we take are the result of the setting of the camera and pressing the shutter button. Here are some tips on using a light meter to help you take better photos.
The other day while I was on Tumblr, I wanted to post some of my Lomographs, so checked out my popular photos in my LomoHome, and chose some photos that I like. It was only after I had posted them that I realized they were all taken using the LC-A+. I don't give my black baby enough credit or love sometimes, but I should. And you should too! Here's why.
Paris is a city that has long been the subject of novels, paintings, movies, and photographs for its history and unique beauty. While many prefer to capture the beauty of the French capital using digital cameras at this time and age, a Sydney-based photographer chose to use vintage cameras to take snapshots on film.
A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know. – Diane Arbus
One of the greatest things that photography in general can do is to capture emotions through people's portraits. Whether it may be happy, sad, angry or in sorrow, a definitive click of the shutter can make it a treasure forever.
What you'll read and see through these imagese is a little stolen piece of history. The Eroica is one of the most beautiful competitions among the other Italian historical ones which take place among the Tuscan hills. Seventy-five kilometres on vintage bycycles, dressed up for the event, every single soul exuding an old time glory.
I picked up a vintage Diana 151 at a flea market. It was the best $0.00 I ever spent.
Everybody loves those night shots of a street with straight lights -- this is the effect created by headlights of cars.
Gizmodo UK celebrates gadgets and technology, science and smart design, woven together in its own unique voice. We've teamed up with them to bring you this rumble, in which you can win a La Sardina, get featured on Gizmodo UK and have your shot exhibited in our London Soho Store! Read on to find out more...
When I said 'when you photograph girls', I am not referring to girl friends you have known for long, but girls you have never met before but wish to photograph them. There are quite a few things we need to remember so that both parties would feel comfortable shooting together.
Got an older Lubitel, bought an antique camera with a broken light meter or none at all? Don't rush out and buy an expensive new light meter, give Sunny 16 a go first!
We all have something to tell about our first encounters (or re-encounters) and lessons with analogue photography. For this, we believe that a new magazine series dedicated for these first impressions is in order. Curious? Allow us to give you an idea on what to expect for this incoming series!
In this new and on-going series we have selected some of the most enthusiastic film photography fanatics and asked them 5 simple questions that gives us an insight into their passion for all things analogue. We also get to see some of their own photographs. Today we talk to Rachel Winslow.