25. Februar 2021
von Daniel Keating
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make Solid Developer Cubes for Easier Darkroom Film Processing

How to Make Solid Developer Cubes for Easier Darkroom Film Processing

Over the past year, it seems the whole world has been on hold due to the rampages of COVID-19. In the Facebook groups I’m in, many users were seeing shortages in analog photography supplies. Some online stores stopped shipping Rodinal (a cau… Read the rest “How to Make Solid Developer Cubes for Easier Darkroom Film Processing”

14. Januar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Watch an Expert Woodworker Build a Traditional Large Format Camera

Watch an Expert Woodworker Build a Traditional Large Format Camera

Patrick Sullivan is a woodworker with over 50 years of experience under his belt. In this 15-minute video, Sullivan shares how he spent the last couple of months building a traditional large format camera — a project that kept him … Read the rest “Watch an Expert Woodworker Build a Traditional Large Format Camera”

22. Dezember 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make Your Own Photo Paper Developer from Scratch

How to Make Your Own Photo Paper Developer from Scratch

If you’re a film photographer who likes to go the do-it-yourself rather than store-bought route, here’s a fun little tutorial for you. In this 3-minute Darkroom Magic episode by the George Eastman Museum, Historic Process S… Read the rest “How to Make Your Own Photo Paper Developer from Scratch”

16. Dezember 2020
von Ted Kinsman
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Water Bell System for High-Speed Photography

A Water Bell System for High-Speed Photography

Each year I update experiments in the collection of the High-Speed photography lab at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). One of this year’s additions is an air-powered water bell.

In this experiment, air pressure is used to push a co… Read the rest “A Water Bell System for High-Speed Photography”

14. Dezember 2020
von Bhautik Joshi
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Tilt-O-Matic is a 3D-Printed Tilt-Shift Adapter

The Tilt-O-Matic is a 3D-Printed Tilt-Shift Adapter

I’ve been making tilt-shift lenses for a while now, and they’re a bunch of fun to make and shoot with. I don’t think I need to sell you on the creative possibilities of this type of photography and videography.

If you want to know more about the a… Read the rest “The Tilt-O-Matic is a 3D-Printed Tilt-Shift Adapter”

19. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Make a DIY Selective Focus Lens with a CV Boot

Make a DIY Selective Focus Lens with a CV Boot

Iranian photographer and camera tinkerer Alireza Rostami wanted to shoot tilt-shift photos but found the specialized lenses too expensive, so instead he decided to make himself a selective focus lens using a cheap CV boot.

Rostami neede… Read the rest “Make a DIY Selective Focus Lens with a CV Boot”

16. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photog Builds LEGO 4×5 Camera After Being Forced to Sell Favorite Camera

Photog Builds LEGO 4×5 Camera After Being Forced to Sell Favorite Camera

A photographer in Japan was forced to sell his favorite camera earlier this year after being impacted by the COVID-19 recession. Instead of letting that put a stop to his art, he decided to build his own 4×5 large format camera… u… Read the rest “Photog Builds LEGO 4×5 Camera After Being Forced to Sell Favorite Camera”

23. September 2020
von Seckin Sinan Isik
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make an Auto 35mm Film Scanner with Arduino Nano and Python

How to Make an Auto 35mm Film Scanner with Arduino Nano and Python

Waiting while flatbed scanners scan a color negative film is nothing to be excited about. This process and the subsequent color precorrection can take anywhere from an hour to two.

Tools available today, such as Negative Lab Pro, make it ea… Read the rest “How to Make an Auto 35mm Film Scanner with Arduino Nano and Python”

25. August 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Camera is Made of 23,248 Coffee Stirrers, an NES Controller, and LEGOs

This Camera is Made of 23,248 Coffee Stirrers, an NES Controller, and LEGOs

Here’s one of the more unique cameras you’ll ever see: designer Adrian Hanft took 28,248 coffee stirrer straws and turned them into a one-of-a-kind camera — the images show up as 28,248 points of light.

After verifying … Read the rest “This Camera is Made of 23,248 Coffee Stirrers, an NES Controller, and LEGOs”

8. August 2020
von Petri Damstén
Kommentare deaktiviert für How I Made a DIY Gobo Holder for Studio Strobes

How I Made a DIY Gobo Holder for Studio Strobes

I wanted a device that can throw light patterns onto a wall or a model. There are some commercially available but they are quite expensive and I this was only for occasional use. I thought that this is something that can be 3D printed.

I bought B… Read the rest “How I Made a DIY Gobo Holder for Studio Strobes”