When Lomography announced their new Metropolis film, I jumped on it. But when it arrived, I wasn’t feeling too into shooting much, so I stuck it all in the refrigerator. Then, when I finally built the piece of garbage known as the LomoMod no.1 and loaded some 120 Metropolis into it, I decided I should…LomoChrome Metropolis – First Roll Fun — James Cockroft
Do you hear a voice in the back of your head calling your name? Who is it you ask? It is the Elder Gods calling you to The Blood Dome to honor HFH Gigi and The Shitty Camera Challenge. Today, we dig deep in the brown and pull up a fecalrific #ShittyCameraChallenge tweet as our Photo Of The Week.
Have you ever eaten too many beets, watched too many episodes of Portlandia, and / or consumed an entire can of cherry pie filling? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you understand the beauty of this photo by Curtis Joe Walker. The Lomo Instant Wide is pushing it a little bit in terms of fecalness but I owned one and left it in my car trunk for 3 years so it definitely does qualify as shitty.
#BelieveInFilm is an internationally acclaimed collective of people who maintain high fiber diets and who work together to create a future for film photography. #ShittyCameraChallenge is a cult run by cats and is sponsored by the number 2.
It was Tuesday 11th February, I was down in Brixton again, this time for my evening darkroom session at Photofusion, however I went out for a bit to …The Petrol Station Series 3: Two For Tuesday
I don’t think I am alone in this feeling, but when the lockdown started to come into play, I lost my photography mojo. I had grand plans to shoot …The (Not) lockdown photos
Thanks to Analogue Wonderland for keeping film photographers inspired.
This week we asked Matt P to brave the #BelieveInFilm waters and select just one example of extreme triumph to be our photo of the week.
I like how the three boards really stand out but are also completely dwarfed by the hill in the background.
This week we asked acclaimed photographer Marisa to wade into the warm waters of elegance and pluck a tweet from the #BelieveInFilm sea of success.
It’s a telling reflection of our current times. Subject matter always catches my eye before anything else when viewing an image and this image (for me) is both harrowing and humorous at the same time.
Who has tried Hilvale Holiday 200 film?
Whilst on holiday in Tenerife in December last year, I decided to also take the Hillvale Holiday colour film with me. This film is all the way from Australia and it was sitting in my film stash since I received it in my Emulsive secret santa gift for Christmas 2018. I used this film during […]The Leica M6 TTL and Hillvale Holiday 200 Film — Natalie Smart Film Photography
I discovered the photography of Brian Henry while visiting urban exploration forums and his instant film skills inspired me to buy my own instant camera. It was a packfilm camera I called Eddie and helped me launch #BelieveInFilm. I am so happy he was willing to answer a few of my questions.Continue reading “Brian Henry – #BelieveInFilm Interview”
This week we invited Mark aka 3eyedMonster to raft down a river of photographic triumph and choose our photo of the week. Mark won our giveaway with Ultrafine so triumph is one of his competencies.
Being a primarily pinhole photographer, even I assumed I would choose a lensless exposure for this week’s image. I nearly did till I started seeing these wonderful panoramic exposures by Karin Lizana. After following her, it appears these are just from her very first roll with this Horizon Perfekt.
If pinhole is my primary interest, than panorama is my second. This artist certainly has an eye for indoor panorama with the complex lighting and reflections, my eyes are busy taking in the light on all the surfaces.
Great job Mark!
A quick interview with acclaimed pinhole photographer Marisa Writing from twitter about her recent experiments developing Kodak Kodabrome paper in a mixture of mint, vitamin c, and baking soda.Continue reading “Developing In Mint & Vitamin C”