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The Wet Plate Collodion Process by Quinn Jacobson

Are you still in the dark about what wet plate collodion is? Know all about this awesome process in less than 5 minutes with this educational video!

Realistic Bokeh Oil Paintings by Philip Barlow

With bokeh being a feature and technique many of us lomographers are fond of, it's interesting to find an artist rendering the mesmerizing effect through oil paintings. Take a look at some of these beautiful photorealistic artworks after the jump!

Awesome Photo-Realistic Double Exposure Paintings

Taking a double-exposed photo is a challenge on its own, but one artist thought of taking doubles up a notch and succeeded, with amazing results. How? By painting. You are definitely curious, so go ahead and read on!

Beautiful Double Exposure Drawings by Jane Radstrom

Double exposure and multiple exposure are terms and techniques we are all familiar with as lomographers and photography enthusiasts, but an Austin-based artist has experimented with this merging of two still images on her drawings. Take a look at some of the beautiful results after the jump!

Alfred Hitchcock pointing a finger at a seated lion for MGM's iconic roaring logo

"Come on, Leo, you need to be terrifying," says the iconic English film director and producer as he pointed a finger at the lion seated before him.

Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo Standing on the Sidewalk in Greenwich Village

Pop quiz to all Bob Dylan fans out there: Why do their outfits look familiar? Read on to find out the answer!

Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything
Clouds over everything

Kodak Ektachrome Panther 400 (35 mm) – Release the Panther

I know the tagline is cheesy, but it caught your attention – so it’s just perfect (evil laughter). And in my quest to squeeze every Kodak film into cameras and the best out of it on film, it certainly caught my attention too, when I first discovered,that not only Apple gets their inspiration from the zoo when branding their products. So may I present, the new find from the photographic animal farm: the slide film that was called Kodak Ektachrome Panther 400: