The Academy Award for Best Picture is certainly one of the top prestigious awards that a filmmaker can ever get in his or her entire career. Ever since it was first given in 1929, a total of 86 films have been given this award – a really huge honor, considering that this number is but a small part of the total 512 nominations.
A classic camera that remains to be a great option for learning the ropes of 35mm film SLR photography, the Minolta SR-T 101 was introduced in the 1960s and loved for its significant features and all-mechanical design.
It took many brush strokes and dabs of paint to make the original masterpieces, but it took just a single line for a Singaporean designer to recreate them.
Packing the powerful Industrar 61L/D 53mm f/2.8 lens, the FED 5B rangefinder is no slouch in making great images. With its fully manual controls and battery free operation, this camera makes sure that you're able to get the shot, regardless of lighting conditions. While it may look intimidating, it's quite to easy to get the hang of, as noted by users in this week's Reviews on Rewind!
Finding instant film for large format cameras is a task of mythic proportions nowadays, so why don't you make your own instead? Read on!
A Seattle-based photographer has taken close to 100 portraits using the wet collodion method, an early photographic process developed in the 19th century.
Gigapixel photography is ultimately something born out of the digital world, but it doesn't mean that it's an exclusively digital thing. A San Francisco photographer has built an enormous tintype camera