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Australian practice Breathe Architecture has transformed the former headquarters of Paramount Pictures in Sydney into a boutique hotel with warm and tactile interiors. Read more
Developing film isn't necessarily a difficult task. But it is time-consuming and, generally speaking, it tends to require a decent bit of space and equipment to get started. Industrial designer Thomas Müller is hoping to change that, with a clever device he calls the Kanton DX35.This tabletop device is a 'smart home solution to develop your colour as well as black and white films in both 35mm and
Mani.Rae/Flickr used under CC BY-ND 2.0, shot on Kodak Pro Image 100Kodak Alaris has announced its 35mm Kodak Professional Pro Image 100 film is now available in Europe.Until now, there was no official means of acquiring Kodak Professional Pro Image 100 film in the European market. Released in 1997, the film has a strong presence in Asia as well as a handful of South American countries, but it's
Ben Horne's spring photography trip saw him visit some lovely locations on the Colorado Plateau. In his latest video, covering the fifth day of his trip, he's in Capitol Reef National Park in southern Utah. If you're unfamiliar with Horne's work, he shoots on a large-format film camera. This makes for a distinct workflow. He can only carry so much film with him, so there are onl
Big Red is a new 4-minute feature about Steven Glynn, a “a quirky photographer with an old-school style.” Glynn shoots tintype photos.A post shared by Steven Glynn (@sglynnphoto) on Jun 20, 2018 at 8:28am PDT A post shared by Steven Glynn (@sglynnphoto) on Apr 18, 2018 at 5:21pm PDT A post shared by Steven Glynn (@sglynnphoto) on Mar 2, 2018 at 7:34am PST A scan of yesterday's ti
Here’s a 16.5-minute video by OWL BOT in which photographer Omar Kenji demonstrates how you can develop C-41 color film in your own bathroom instead of passing it to a photo lab.We see Kenji’s entire process, from using a sous vide cooker to precisely control temperature and pouring the chemicals to hanging the developed film strips out to dry and cutting them for storage pages.
CineStill just announced a “holy grail” of film photography: a single-step monobath called Df96 for processing any black-and-white film. The company says it’s the world’s fastest process — one that can develop your film in just 3 minutes, from start to finish.Instead of worrying about the factors of dilution, time, agitation, developer, stop bath, and fixer, film pho
NINM Labs has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Instant Magny 35, a film back that transforms rangefinders and 135 SLR cameras into instant film cameras. The film back supports Fujifilm Instax Square film and doesn't require any camera modifications. The instant film back is described as ideal for rangefinders and SLRs from Pentax, Leica, Olympus, Canon, and Nikon.The Instant Magny 35 film back
Every photographer knows about APS-C sensors, but what about APS film? This week, Chris and Jordan take a stroll down memory lane and try out the original APS format, short for 'Advanced Photo System', a technology that promised to streamline the film workflow, but which ultimately lost out to digital technology. Tune in to see what made APS so interesting, and whether 15-year-old expired film is
the film, which premiers exclusively on designboom, follows daan roosegaarde and his team in the making of light reflective buildings, energy harvesting kites, and glowing nature along the 32 kilometer dike in afsluitdijk. The post ’32 KM’ film follows daan roosegaarde in the making of his largest work to date appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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