Certainly you have already heard of pushing, pulling and cross-processing. But what exactly is it? And how does it work? In this tipster I want to present you different ways of developing films.
Need a place to store your beloved, scanned lomographs? Here's a creative way to spice up your memory drive with some analogue love! Read more about how to make your own after the jump.
US CitySlicker Nicolas: This Isn’t Flying, It’s Falling with Style (A Guide to Levitation Photography)
With every new roll I put into my camera, I always try to do at least one levitation shot. For the past few months, after many trials and errors, I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks for taking jumping pictures so you guys can do it yourself!
Take a look into the private lives of Hollywood's power couple in these monochrome photographs by Brad Pitt himself! Using rare tech pan film, Brad captured his family's intimate moments for W magazine, starring the stunning Angelina Jolie. If you think Brad does well in front of the camera, wait until you see him work behind it.
In his series "The Last One Out, Please Turn On the Light," photographer Richard Nicholson nostalgically documents the last existing darkrooms in London. While he doesn't despise digital, he can't let go of film photography either. Keeping analogue alive is a goal we share then! Read more about the project here.
Summer is officially over but just because you’ll be spending more time indoors now is no cause for the blues. Lomography is to the rescue, giving you a fun-filled school (or office!) season as you start anew with a set of on academic adventures
New York-based artists Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg are the brains and hands behind Cinemagraph. What are Cinemagraphs, you ask? I'd say they're carefully-crafted super short films in GIF format. You'll be glued to your screen in hypnosis from the eternal loops of beautiful images.
I know everyone has a soft spots for the furrier species, and there's something about taking pictures of them that's so dang hard not to do. This is a tipster telling you how I go about trying to capture them and my favorite places to go to see them.
Keep a food diary in analogue and let the simplest meals become the best memories.
For the second installment of her photo diary series, Mary shows us her work's transition as she progresses from lovely 35mm color negatives to stunning black and white medium format films.
She is young & talented and talented & young. Her photographs would undeniably justify these reversible descriptions. Seeing her stream of film photos entrances you into a dreamlike fantasy: inspiring, magical, vivid, and sometimes haunting in a lovely kind of way. And just like a wonderful dream, you'll want to go back to sleep again and again so you can dream more and, maybe, assimilate right into the beauty of her color negative stills itself. Mary Robinson, you make our eyes swoon.
As promised, here is Mary's first entry for her very own Photo Diary series wherein she dissects her affinity with her favourite SLR camera.
In the summer of 1982, five buddies traveled to Copco Lake, California on vacation. They took a group photo while sitting on a fence, smugly showing off their pet cockroach in a glass jar. It was the beginning of a long-lasting habit of photography and friendship—going on the same trip with the same people and taking the same photo—which they've kept up for a solid 30 years! See their "bro-mantic" evolution in photos here.
A reflection on the growth of my camera collection, and the growth of my person. Why do we take photos? Why do we collect cameras? What does photography mean to you?
Getting backed up on prints from getting film developed and your wall is lacking rad decorations? Grab the tape and get to work.