As soon as we had the first prototype of the Smartphone Scanner in the office I wanted to use it. But back then we didn’t have an application so I started looking around and finally settled on Photoshop Express (free app).
For this quick walkthrough I picked an old roll of film taken in Toronto. It’s a cross processed film – basically the steps are the same for pretty much any film but slide film. And for black and white the color adjustments are not required of course.
If you haven’t installed Photoshop Express yet you can you can download it for free. The first photo in the gallery is how the final result will look like, right below I guide you through all the steps.
A long-time fan of plastic cameras, Argentinean writer and photographer Lorraine Healy is the author of “Tricks With A Plastic Wonder,” a manual for achieving better results with a Holga camera. In this article, Healy explores her enduring fondness for the classic Yashica TLR.
Jon, aka jonkersey, is a community member bringing us to a new analogue adventure. We discovered his work and his hand-colored Holga shots and we couldn't refrain to ask him why he didn't simply chose some Color Negative films and how he's been doing this!
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Living life through the sharing of passions ignite the artist that is Jen Pan, a Singaporean baby and family photographer. In this interview, the Petzval 85 Art Lens has proven to be a good match with Jen.
Our friends at the Penumbra Foundation in New York City are having some pretty amazing workshops in the next few weeks. We wanted to help them spread the word to our New York and tri-state Lomographers. Come spend a photo-filled afternoon at Penumbra!