What’s the point of film? By Paul Schofield Paul Schofield is back with another article. Following on from his ‘what’s the point in taking pictures‘ article, Paul now ponders the question many wonder. What is the point of film? Well, let’s see shall we?
Photography zines (and books) No: 26 I swear I am trying to get through these books. Apologies to all who have sent them and have been waiting. I truly love getting them and love to have them on hand. Keep them coming.
An introduction to 4×5 large format photography Pt: 3 by Benn Murhaaya Finally we have got part 3 of this epic series on shooting Large format. You can see the other parts here. Yet again, this is huge and there are some images in the article that might not be safe for work.
What’s the Point of Taking Pictures? By Paul Schofield Paul Schofield has written a few pieces for the site in the past, so when he offered up this discussion I was happy to be able to share it with you all. I have thought a lot about this lately too, so it is interesting to see […]
Why Shoot Expired Film? By Stephen Dowling Stephen has shared with us some really great pieces, including a brilliant one on what films to shoot in 2014. Now he has a new piece about shooting expired films. Check it out.
Honolulu Film League Floyd Takeuchi has been a regular contributor to the site, so when he mailed me to tell me about the new project that he is involved in I thought it would be cool to share it with you guys. Floyd and his group have started the Honolulu Film League, a group where […]
Inspired Eye Digital Magazine Vol: 18 A new issue of Inspired Eye has hit the digital shelves. If you have not got one yet, grab one now, you won’t regret it. I swear, this webzine gets bigger and bigger, now over 300+ pages of photographic goodness.
Lumu Introduces The Ansel Adams Contest You might remember Lumu, they are the guys that made the snazzy little lightmeter for your smartphone. I reviewed it and thought it was a wonderful bit of kit. well, now Lumu are on to something a bit different. With the judging prowess of National Geographic photographer Peter Essick, […]
How to scan film – Colour by Guilherme maranhão Well, we lost this post in the pre-vacation purge that the hosting company graciously bestowed upon me. So I have had to do it all over again. But it is here now. Guilherme maranhão is back with the second instalment on his scanning guides. In this […]
Photography zines (and books) No: 25 I am trying to catch up, I have sooo many good books and zines and they keep on pouring in! I am sorry if your book or zine is still waiting to be shown, I can assure you it will be, it just takes a bit of time. Check […]