If you’ve been into photography long enough, there’s no doubt that you have a preferred focal length. And the longer you’ve been into photography, the more likely it is that your favourite focal length has changed once or twice over the years. My earliest experiences were with a zoom lens — an 18-55mm. I wondered […]
Film photography has become quite popular in recent years, so popular than even obsolete products, new 35mm cameras, and even film factories are once again seeing the light. Personally, I have found film photography to be a great school for slowing my pace, and therapeutic. My main genre is street photography, and I have a […]
As the technology surrounding digital photography continues to grow and evolve, so does the interest in film photography. The simplest of film cameras, so-called toy or lomography cameras, are surprisingly popular. This, despite the fact that they produce what some might consider technically inferior image quality. But it’s that very thing, the unique character and […]
Film photography is in a good place. True, digital is still tops — by a wide margin — but analog photography is holding its own and doesn’t appear to be prepared to give up much ground anytime soon (even in spite of the impending death of several beloved Fujifilm film stocks). I’ve written more than […]
Film look is something that is loved by most viewers mostly because we think film is what shaped the photography field long before digital came into the industry. Since digital cameras are easily available, affordable and are cost effective compared to film, most photographers are looking for a way to make digital photographs look like film. We will therefore look at how to get the “film look” with a digital camera with no post processing or presets involved.
Do You Remember Flashcubes? Here is a brief history and working of the flashcubes.