Tag: Photography

Extreme Armchair Photography – W. Eugene Smith

Extreme Armchair Photography – W. Eugene Smith by Paul Schofield Paul is back with the second in his ‘extreme armchair photography’ series. The last one was a fair while back though. This time taking on the work of W. Eugene Smith. Check it out. In the bag: On the set of Charlie Chaplin’s “Limelight” in […]

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 […]

Get Featured: Jordan Castelan

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Get Featured: Jordan Castelan

Get Featured: Jordan Castelan In this Get Featured we find out about how Jordan took a slightly different route to becoming a photographer to most of us. Instead of choosing, Jordan was chosen to be a photographer. I guess that is what destiny really is. And it seems to have worked out well for Jordan. […]

Get Featured: Joe Morrissey

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Get Featured: Joe Morrissey

Get Featured: Joe Morrissey Joe is the first feature of 2016, and he has a story to tell. This story means a lot to me as it shows me the decline of the country that is still my true home. England has been through a lot, but the current economic outlook makes me wonder what […]

Your First Camera – By Dan K

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Your First Camera – By Dan K

My First Camera, by Dan K Dan seems to be on a bit of a roll at the minute, and who are we to complain? This time he talks about his beginnings in his photographic journey, and how things have changed for the current generation. I still have my first camera, and it is still […]

Are Digital Images Really Free?

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Are Digital Images Really Free?

Are Digital Images Really Free? By John Kossik John Kossik has been on the site before, with interesting insights into shooting film and camera rebuilds. It is safe to say John has an inquiring mind. And now he addresses an issue that I have been thinking about for a long time. What sort of impact […]

Six Tips For Photographing Models In The Studio

Six Tips For Photographing Models In The Studio, By Ray Rapkerg In this guest article, Ray Rapkerg discusses using large format film cameras in the studio to shoot models, and how you can make the most of your time and energy. Shooting large format isn’t the easiest at the best of times, but these tips […]

Get Featured: Eric Hessler

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Get Featured: Eric Hessler

Get Featured: Eric Hessler Eric is not your usual feature. You see, I found Eric on Instagram, and found his images of classic gear to be fascinating, so I asked him if he fancied being featured on the site. And fortunately for us, he did. Check out his film lifestyle images. My name is Eric […]

A Learning Framework For Photography

A Learning Framework For Photography – By Dan K After a long hiatus, Dan K is back with another one of his brilliant and informative articles. In this one Dan helps us to put together a system of learning for your photography. Something I think I myself often overlook. Read on. Introduction I have watched […]

Get Featured: Melvin Mapa

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Get Featured: Melvin Mapa

Get Featured: Melvin Mapa Melvin shares with us a project that studies the geometry and the beauty that can be found in the scenes around us. Working with shapes and composition to form an emotional connection with the situation is nothing new, but it is cool to see Melvin having a strong direction with his […]