Lens: Following Weegee's Footsteps →
Weegee’s New York may have become upscale, but fans of his work have hit the streets at night to see the places he made famous.
Art Has Legs →
Sixteen-foot-long fiberglass legs? Art? Or structure? Who decides?
Lens: A Hard Trek to Humility →
Two long-lost friends, photographers and adventures both, set out to visit one of Afghanistan’s most remote regions. Their journey, by foot, donkey and horse, gave them a newfound humility.
Develop Film Using Coffee and Vitamin C →
dethkult: SERIOUSLY, COFFEE?! Okay, first things first: using coffee to develop film is not something Ansel Adams would do. But it works, it gives your film a distinctive look, and it has a certain MacGuyver-ish flair. Think of it like using a plastic camera- it’s more about having fun than getting technically flawless results. With most film types, the results will be more contrasty and grainy...
Pastorals of the Atomic Age →
In two recent books photographers document sites that governments might prefer to forget: the airfield where the Enola Gay was prepared for its mission and the zone around Chernobyl.
I Still Shoot Film: Help, How-To's and Guides →
istillshootfilm: Over the course of doing I Still Shoot Film, I’ve added quite a few resources, including how-to articles and guides. In case you have missed any and want to get your film on, here they are: Help (found at http://istillshootfilm.org/photo101): Ansel Adams Series: The Camera Ansel…
Lens: An Amateur Snapshot of Kodak's Early Days →
It was, they said, “the largest prize contest in photographic history.” The Rush Rhees Library in Rochester, N.Y., houses a collection of photographs from the first-ever picture contest sponsored by the Eastman Kodak Company.
Paintings of dogs fetch prices to bark at; two... →
Cool Girls Shoot Film: Introducing Online Mag... →
coolgirlsshootfilm: I stumbled upon this online magazine by chance, perusing on Flickr and I was wondering to myself, how have I not seen this before??!! The magazine is chock-full with wonderful lo-fi images produced on various cameras from people all over the world including wonderful tips for every aspiring…