• Technique

Goofy – Hold That Pose

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

Floating Bits: Underwater Large Format photography

The twin brother duo Ian and Erick Regnard work together as photographers and boy do they...

How to store Fuji FP100 Instant film Negatives – In water!

A couple of months ago a fellow photographer by the name Chuck Espinoza (@chuckespinoza- Instagram)...

Wet Plate Photograms – Anton Orlov

  Here’s a little something fun I tried recently and I think it deserves a...

The Filmomat – A homemade Automatic film processor

  Most of us analogue photographers want an easier way to develop our films but...

Using a Minox Spy camera for Wet Plates!

When it comes to wet plate photography how small can one really go? In Anton...

Converting a Brownie into a Polaroid – Kristian O. Gundersen

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52 Photo Tips #18: Use a handheld light meter

One of the big stumbling blocks that prevents people trying film – especially with older...

52 Photo Tips #17: Use leading lines

  Photography draws much from the rules of painting. One of the most important is...

Tintype Adventures – Anton Orlov

My name is Anton Orlov and I’m a photographic artist currently based in San Diego....

52 Photo Tips #16: Frames within Frames

The frame within a frame is one of the simplest tricks in the photographic armoury....

52 Photo Tips #15: Don’t put film in hold luggage

There is one surefire way to ruin your film. You don’t even have to go...

Galaxy Hyper Speed – Direct Postive Paper with ISO 120

The use of positive paper has been growing in popularity over the last couple of...

CLERA – The World’s First Transparent Camera – Anton Orlov

Over the years we have become very familiar with photographer Anton Orlov‘s photographic projects from his...

52 Photo Tips #14: Experiment with expired film

  Film’s not dead, but in recent years its ranks have been dramatically thinned. Yet...

Process Your Film with a One Chemical Bath – R3 Monobath

Back in 2014 we shared that inventor Bob Crowley and his team were working on...

Jaw Dropping Pinhole Camera

Have you ever wanted to try a completely new perpespective in the way you take...

Nobuyuki Kobayashi: Portrait of Nature – Myriads of Gods

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

The Ultimate Darkroom Designed to Look Like a Spaceship

Photographer Jack Turkel was born around the same time as NASA, and started growing up...

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...

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 New55 Film is nearly here!

 New55 FILM is a new instant 4×5 film that produces a superb negative, and a...

Colour up your B&W shots – Yéssica Klein

Black and white photography goes way further than black, white and grey. Adding colored filters...

How to Develop your Film Automatically using LEGO

This is so cool! In this video it demonstrates how Dutch photographer Jan van den Broek has managed...

Homemade Teleconverter – Andrew Sanderson

For those of you not familiar with my work my name is Andrew Sanderson and...

Beautiful Tintype Portraits Created on Discarded Film Canisters!

We think this is amazing! Arizona-born photographer David Emitt Adams uses the beautiful 19th century process called...

The PhotoExif App

Recently all kinds of apps have been popping up to help us along with are...

“Tango Metropolis” – Thomas Kellner

“Each photographic work is made up of horizontally placed film strips of up to 1,269...

Psychedelic Infrared Photographs – Richard Mosse

“I chose Aerochrome because I thought that it would provide me a unique window through...

A handful of wacky handmade cameras

Justin Quinnell When Justin Quinnell decided to take some unique photographs with his camera, he...

How to make your own Cardboard ‘Hassy’

A cardboard, fully functioning working Hasselblad? Yes it works and you can learn how to...

How to make your own glass plate….

 Have you ever wanted to make your own glass plates that could fit into your...

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