Dress up your La Sardina DIY camera to look as if it has not been covered at all! A step-by-step guide to creating a see-through optical illusion for your do-it-yourself sardine cam.
When I shoot black and white, there is one film I turn to more than any other. It's a stalwart, bullet-proof film, reliable until the last. Ilford HP5 Plus.
This might be the one of the most fascinating marriages between science and photography just yet.
Pulp's His 'N' Hers may not be the album that brought them international fame, but it's darker, less poppy, theme of twitching net curtains in England's suburbia, make it a truly classic album.
An architectural museum/village that offers a historical representation of Howick in the mid-1800s. With beautifully-restored buildings, tranquil pond, and live days every month, the Howick Historical Village is an excellent place to take the family and explore as well as learn! Keep reading for more details!
When you really want to feel you're carrying a camera, one that goes click in a loud, proud voice, one that you could use to beat up a robber that tries to take it from you, the MTL3 is your number one choice. This metal and glass machine is the opposite of all those newfangeled plastic baby cameras.
Many cameras have a screw thread on the front of the lens. There are a few uses for this, but the most common is filters. Find out how to enhance your colour lomographs with these essential items
I wanted a different approach on writing a review, so instead of the typical article, I wrote a letter for my Canon EOS 88.
Summertime. Sun, light, brilliant sky! For this season, I love the Ilford FP4+ film, that I use normally for my 35mm cameras, but this time, for my Holga 120 N! Read more!