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.
The changes that have swept over the photography and film world over the past thirty years is almost as monumental as the creation of the field itself. Pretty much everything has changed but some creators and artists have a vested interest in keeping certain older formats alive. Kodak also has this same interest and, to […]
For most of us, Christmas Kodak moments might be lost in time, like tears in the rain, but the memories remain and, for some of us, they are quite palpable still. That’s because Kodak has ruined many a photographer’s Christmas morning and we have a new video documentary on YouTube to prove it. Now in […]
So long Kodakit, we barely knew you. Another Kodak product bites the dust next year but it doesn’t seem like many people will miss it. Kodak announced that they would be ending their on-demand app for photography services, Kodakit, by the end of next month, January 2020. If you’ve never heard of Kodakit, you’re not […]