Wet Scanning Your Film

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Wet Scanning Your Film

Wet Scanning Your Film by John Kossik John returns to us with another highly technical look at scanning. Wet scanning takes scanning quality to the next level and John runs through the process with us. It may be labour intensive, but the results speak for themselves. Getting back into film photography a few years ago […]

Why you should experiment with different films

Why you should experiment with different films Today we have a great guest article from Jeremy Greenberg. Jeremy has done a mini review of some of the more well known films that are available on the market and why you should have some in your bag. As fan of JCH, I was delighted to collaborate […]

Publishing a photography book – looking back after a year

Publishing a photography book – looking back after a year by Benn Murhaaya Benn has been on the site in the past, with a fantastic and detailed guide to shooting large format. This time around, Benn talks about his experience making a photo book. This is a long read, so settle down and enjoy. Some of the […]

The Digital Darkroom – Digitizing Analogue Film with a Digital Camera

The Digital Darkroom – Digitizing Analogue Film with a Digital Camera A guest article today by Thomas Eisl, sharing with us his technique for scanning his negatives, using his digital camera. This is something you can do relatively easily at home, and Thomas shows us how. Analogue photography and digital technology in perfect harmony Introduction […]

Why I appreciate film photographers

Why I appreciate film photographers… by Alex Jackson-Smith A guest post for the weekend. Alex Jackson-Smith discusses how the internet has changed the way photography is perceived, and the arguements that have followed over the digital vs film debate. An interesting piece that is certain to lead to its own discussion. Why I appreciate film […]

Mastering manual focus

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Mastering manual focus

Mastering manual focus by Lukasz from EYExploreTokyo Have you ever cursed your camera for missing that special moment in the streets? Do you ever struggle to get the subject quickly in focus before the fleeting moment is lost forever in the aether? Well then why not try manual focus? Below is a brief guide to […]

Scanning film with a digital camera

Scanning film with a digital camera – by Adrien Saint-Pierre Today we have a guest article on how to scan your film negatives with a digital camera. Cutting out the need for a flatbed scanner and making use of what many photographers have at home. Adrien Saint-Pierre takes us through the process in this excellent […]

Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR

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Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR

Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR Today we have a great guest review of a camera that often gets overlooked. Patryk Burchard talks to us about the Praktica MTL5B. A fantastic piece of German photographic history, which you can pick up for a song. Check it out. What will happen if we take German photographic […]

Hunting For Photo Books In Tokyo

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Hunting For Photo Books In Tokyo

Hunting For Photo Books In Tokyo For a long time I have wanted to get a guide to the bookstores in Tokyo, as I get tons of people asking me where to go. But I am kept so busy hunting for cameras that I rarely have time to hunt for books. Fortunately Andrea Taurisano has […]

Symptoms of GAS (Part I) My Story By Dan K

Symptoms of GAS (Part I) My Story By Dan K Dan K addresses an issue that affects us all at some point in our photographic journey. GAS can be a terrible affliction for some and a joy for others. I have to say I have got through the worst of my GAS, but then my […]