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Barbara Wilson: Master of the Craft

“The very first time in the darkroom I knew this was the place for me...

Goofy – Hold That Pose

? Isn’t there a little Goofy inside all of us!?

RETO3D : A New 3D Camera!

RETO3d is a new 3D camera, it’s successfully funded via Kickstarter and should be launching...

Nobuyuki Kobayashi: Portrait of Nature – Myriads of Gods

Platinum palladium printing is probably one of my favourite photographic processes as the results one...

The World’s First Photo Book from 1843

Anna Atkins was an English botanist and a photographer who is often considered the first...

Ogle Winston Link – The Steam Railroad Photographer

December 16, 1914 – January 30, 2001 Today marks what would have been American photographer...

Gregory Heisler Using Large Format, Infrared Film to Shoot an Olympic Diver

  Gregory Heisler is renowned for his technical brilliance and for his thought provoking responses...

Bill Bonner: The National Geographic Archivist

‘It’s not like sitting at a monitor and typing in a key word. It’s not dry, searching...

How to Make Negatives from Instant Fujifilm FP-100C – Michael Ash Smith

Shooting on instant film is great but what if you could produce a negative from...

The Smallest Instant Portrait Studio in the World

  “The best things in life come in small packages”, is definitely true for this...

Celebtriy Tintypes – Victoria Will

Ever since we got our first taste of Tintype Photography with the lovely John Brewer...

The Discovery of World War I, French & Russian Revolution Photographs

At the beginning of the year Anton Orlov (creator of The Photo Palace Bus) stumbled...

Jiadang (Family Stuff) – Huang Qingjun

“Jiadang (Family Stuff)”   Huang Qingjun, Chinese photographer travelled to 14 of the 33 provinces...

The World’s First Wet Plate iPhone?

The iPlate Have you been looking for a unique iPhone skin or case to show...

Complete Tranquility – Fan Ho

Award winning photographer Fan Ho transforms the scenes of the busy bustling streets and slums...

The world’s first underwater photograph

© Louis Boutan The image above is known as the world’s first underwater photograph –...

Tim Mantoani: ‘Behind Photographs’ Book

“Behind Photographs – Archiving Photographic Legends”   This incredible documentation of some of the worlds leading...

‘The Hitherto Impossible in Photography Is Our Specialty’ – George R. Lawrence

 The Mammoth Camera, built in 1900. In the 1900’s the unthinkable was created, a Chicago...

Richard Avedon: Darkness and Light

May 15, 1923 – October 1, 2004 ‘And if a day goes by without my...

The Camera Van

The one off camera van was hand made by Harrod Blank who spent two years...

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