Brownie In Motion – The Travelling Camera Obscura
You guys know me, and know I am not a fan of kickstarter and all that. But, sometimes I see a project that I think is definitely worth funding. And this is one of them. Brownie in Motion, the travelling camera obscura.
The Graflex Super 4×5 SLR Custom
Today I have the wonderful opportunity to introduce you to an absolutely one of a kind camera. The Graflex Super 4×5 SLR Custom. And it could be yours!
David Lykes Keenan has been telling me about this camera for some time now and finally he has shared it with me. So I thought I would share it with you. A very cool FrankenLeica.
JapanCameraHunter Brand Film
I have had an idea, but I would like your feedback.
Could 3D printing be the future for cameras?
Are we all going to be able to 3D print anything we need? Not likely, but there are some very interesting possibilities.
An introduction to 4×5 large format photography Part: 1 by Benn Murhaaya
I have been meaning to have a 4×5 introduction on the site for a long time, so when Benn Murhaaya offered to write one I jumped at the chance. This is fantastically detailed intro, so detailed in fact that I have broken it into 2 parts. This is a complete guide on how to get set up using a 4×5 camera. Please note, some of the photographs contain nudity. Enjoy.
Hack your film: How to change your DX coding by Dan K
Dan K knocked up this little film hack piece for his Tumblr, and I thought it would be good on here too as I get a lot of people asking how to do this. A simple little hack that will allow you to change the DX coding on your film.
If a camera could tell a story
Sometimes I wonder what story a camera would tell if it could. We can see a visual record of everything that camera has seen, as long as we know the provenance of that camera and have access to all of the images it took. But that is almost impossible for most classic cameras. But something happened recently that made me think a bit more about this.