Tag: 1991

  • Olympus Écru

    written by lighthouse_keeperess on 2011-06-03 #gear
    Olympus Écru

    The name of this concept camera was chosen to symbolize its intended role as a tool for living an intellectually enhanced life as natural as unbleached cloth. This concept is symbolized in the white body of the camera, which was sold as a limited edition of 10,000 units in Japan and 10,000 overseas.

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  • Kodak Ektachrome 64: A 1991 Expired Miracle!

    written by xxxanderrr on 2011-05-28 #gear
    Kodak Ektachrome 64: A 1991 Expired Miracle!

    A slide film suitable for all situations - day and night, winter and summer, inside and outside with magnificent vibrant colours! If you haven't tried it out - DO IT!

  • Lomopedia: Olympus Ecru

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-05-23 #gear
    Lomopedia: Olympus Ecru

    Another quirky-looking analogue snapper from the 1990s, the all-automatic, all-white Olympus Ecru is certainly one of the most interesting and compact cameras you can add to your collection. Find out more about it in this installment of Lomopedia!

  • Reel vs. Real: Val Kilmer as Jim Morrison

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-07-28
    Reel vs. Real: Val Kilmer as Jim Morrison

    In this installment of Reel vs. Real, we revisit a 1991 biopic which tells the story of The Doors, one of the best known yet controversial rock bands of the 1960s and the 1970s, through the tumultuous life of its iconic frontman, Jim Morrison.

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  • Midweek Movies: Hook (1991)

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-09-19
    Midweek Movies: Hook (1991)

    In celebration of Talk Like a Pirate Day today, we bring you a movie from two decades ago, with a different twist on the story of Peter Pan and his arch-rival, Captain James Hook. Maybe this film is familiar to you if you're a child of the 90's, but if you're not sure, allow us to refresh your memory!

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  • Azealia Banks Goes Analogue in '1991'

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-09-05 #news
    Azealia Banks Goes Analogue in '1991'

    Harlem's new notorious rapper Azealia Banks just dropped her latest music video for "1991," heavily reminiscent of hip-hop in that era. The clip is a perfect example of the 90's analogue lifestyles and features boomboxes, vinyls, and a film camera! Can you guess which one it is?