30. April 2021
von Will Seward
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Impermanence of Life Realizes the Importance of Photography

The Impermanence of Life Realizes the Importance of Photography

Just outside of the Twin Cities in Minnesota, in my childhood home’s partial basement, there were only two rooms without windows: the darkroom and the crawlspace, which younger me had deemed the “icky space.”

When the darkroom was in use, t… Read the rest “The Impermanence of Life Realizes the Importance of Photography”

12. April 2021
von Lucas Kult-Banout
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why Every Photographer Should Shoot Film, Even in 2021

Why Every Photographer Should Shoot Film, Even in 2021

There are countless distractions that often hinder our creativity and photographic expression. The pressure and comparison that comes with social media can make digital photography end up feeling like a burden: Each shot must be better … Read the rest “Why Every Photographer Should Shoot Film, Even in 2021”

19. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Intrepid 35mm/120 Compact Enlarger ‘Redefines The Darkroom’

The Intrepid 35mm/120 Compact Enlarger ‘Redefines The Darkroom’

Intrepid has announced a versatile darkroom enlarger that the company says is the most compact ever made. It is designed to make prints from both color and black and white film (from 35mm up to 6×9) without the need for filters. It can ev… Read the rest “The Intrepid 35mm/120 Compact Enlarger ‘Redefines The Darkroom’”

19. März 2021
von Bruce Barnbaum
Kommentare deaktiviert für Fallen Sequoias: The Story Behind This Photo Taken in 1977

Fallen Sequoias: The Story Behind This Photo Taken in 1977

Over the years I’ve often been asked how I went about making a certain image. That question is commonly asked in my workshops not only of me, but also my co-instructors, where open discussion about all images abounds. It’s a great question, b… Read the rest “Fallen Sequoias: The Story Behind This Photo Taken in 1977”

16. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Shooting Landscapes with the Horizon 202 Panoramic Film Camera

Shooting Landscapes with the Horizon 202 Panoramic Film Camera

The Horizon 202 is an analog panoramic camera from a company out of Russia, and for those who couldn’t afford a Hasselblad XPan or Fujifilm GX617, it was the next best thing. Photographer Jay P. Morgan decided to take the camera out to e… Read the rest “Shooting Landscapes with the Horizon 202 Panoramic Film Camera”

24. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Harman Technologies Announces Point-and-Shoot EZ-35 Film Camera

Harman Technologies Announces Point-and-Shoot EZ-35 Film Camera

Harman Technologies, the company that manufactures Ilford-brand film, has announced the EZ-35 camera in what appears to be a nod to the days of film point-and-shoots.

The Harman EZ-35 looks similar to the classic disposable film camera b… Read the rest “Harman Technologies Announces Point-and-Shoot EZ-35 Film Camera”

16. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographer Shoots Direct-to-Paper Photos in a Giant Camera Obscura

Photographer Shoots Direct-to-Paper Photos in a Giant Camera Obscura

Photographer Brendan Barry has been shooting 20×24-inch color still-life images directly onto photo paper via a camera obscura using a color reversal process. In this short 3-minute video, you can watch how he does it.

Barry explai… Read the rest “Photographer Shoots Direct-to-Paper Photos in a Giant Camera Obscura”

9. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Taking a Photo with the 130-Year-Old Rochester Premo B Camera

Taking a Photo with the 130-Year-Old Rochester Premo B Camera

Photographer Roberto Serrini received an antique camera as a gift from his father: a Rochester Premo B. Curious to see what it was like shooting with this camera as if it was 1893, Serrini decided to give see what that process was like.

The Roc… Read the rest “Taking a Photo with the 130-Year-Old Rochester Premo B Camera”

8. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für This is an Extremely Small, Modernized Spot Meter for Film Photographers

This is an Extremely Small, Modernized Spot Meter for Film Photographers

Reveni Labs founder Matt Bechberger has followed his wildly successful tiny hotshoe light meter with another miniaturization of a traditionally large, cumbersome film tool: the spot meter. The Reveni Labs Spot Meter compresses all the … Read the rest “This is an Extremely Small, Modernized Spot Meter for Film Photographers”

2. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Student Hacks His Film Camera to Capture Circular Photos

Student Hacks His Film Camera to Capture Circular Photos

Student and photographer Imran Nuri was driving alone one day when he started to think about photography and its shape. He asked himself “why are photos rectangular?” The answer might be obvious, but it also got him thinking a… Read the rest “Student Hacks His Film Camera to Capture Circular Photos”

1. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für This 3D Stereoscopic Pinhole Camera Aims to Revive Spatial Photography

This 3D Stereoscopic Pinhole Camera Aims to Revive Spatial Photography

Architect Dominik Oczkowski wants to bring back what he calls the “forgotten technique” of spatial photography. To that end, his first product is the Minuta Stereo: a stereoscopic pinhole camera that takes 35mm or 120 forma… Read the rest “This 3D Stereoscopic Pinhole Camera Aims to Revive Spatial Photography”

29. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Saying Goodbye: Shooting a Final, Expired Roll of Fujifilm Pro 400H

Saying Goodbye: Shooting a Final, Expired Roll of Fujifilm Pro 400H

On January 15, Fujifilm announced that it would no longer be producing the Pro 400H film. Photographer Taylor Pendleton decided to say goodbye to the beloved film stock in the best way she could think of: enjoying her last roll.

When Fujifil… Read the rest “Saying Goodbye: Shooting a Final, Expired Roll of Fujifilm Pro 400H”

12. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Story of Analog Photographers Thriving in the Digital World

The Story of Analog Photographers Thriving in the Digital World

Film photography has enjoyed a significant resurgence in the last several years despite the expansive growth of digital cameras. In this 11-minute short documentary, Exploredinary interviews a few analog photographers to see why they … Read the rest “The Story of Analog Photographers Thriving in the Digital World”

8. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Is 645 Medium Format Film That Much Better Than 35mm?

Is 645 Medium Format Film That Much Better Than 35mm?

Photographer Kyle McDougall says that one question he gets asked a lot is if shooting in medium format film, such as 645, is really “worth it” compared to 35mm film. In this 11-minute video, he explains why he thinks it is.

While … Read the rest “Is 645 Medium Format Film That Much Better Than 35mm?”

7. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Behind the Scenes of How Kodak Film is Made

Behind the Scenes of How Kodak Film is Made

Curious how Kodak manufactures its film? In this 8-minute video, Studio C-41 shows the process from making the original giant rolls of plastic that eventually becomes film, to the finished product found on store shelves around the world. … Read the rest “Behind the Scenes of How Kodak Film is Made”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How To Make Your Own Pinhole Camera With a Matchbox or ILC

How To Make Your Own Pinhole Camera With a Matchbox or ILC

A pinhole camera is a simple image capture device that doesn’t use a lens but instead makes images through a tiny aperture. The simplest ones are just a light-proof box with a hole in it, and in this 7-minute video, you’ll learn h… Read the rest “How To Make Your Own Pinhole Camera With a Matchbox or ILC”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für 78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down

78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down

Photographer Clyde Butcher is most well known for his giant photos of the Everglades taken with a large-format camera. In 2017 he suffered a stroke, but that setback hasn’t slowed him down. In this 4.5-minute video, Butcher explain… Read the rest “78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für 78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down

78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down

Photographer Clyde Butcher is most well known for his giant photos of the Everglades taken with a large-format camera. In 2017 he suffered a stroke, but that setback hasn’t slowed him down. In this 4.5-minute video, Butcher explain… Read the rest “78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down”

16. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für This is an Automated Film Scanner Made from Legos and a Raspberry Pi

This is an Automated Film Scanner Made from Legos and a Raspberry Pi

Industrious designer Benjamin Bezine has created a Raspberry Pi-powered film scanner that combines with a film advancer made from Lego and a mirrorless camera that along with machine learning automatically scans whole rolls of film.

Be… Read the rest “This is an Automated Film Scanner Made from Legos and a Raspberry Pi”

20. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Kodak to Release ’70s-Inspired Metal Film Cases in Six Colors

Kodak to Release ’70s-Inspired Metal Film Cases in Six Colors

A new product bearing the Kodak name seems to ask, “If you’re shooting film, why not immerse yourself in the experience?” The company is releasing metal film canisters commonly used in the 1970s brand new for 2020. Groo… Read the rest “Kodak to Release ’70s-Inspired Metal Film Cases in Six Colors”