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Week seven of Virtual Design Festival featured a video interview with Stephen Burks, an exclusive product launch by Tom Dixon and an all-star roundtable discussion with architects Junya Ishigami, Frida Escobedo, Counterspace and more. Read more
12 Things Not To Do When Buying Your First Film CameraYou’ve got your flannel and your beanie and you’re ready to buy your first film camera. So… now what? I can’t tell you exactly what to do, because then you’d risk turning into me, which means drowning in an ever-deepening lake of 35mm SLRs, but I can tell you a few things to avoid. Here are a dozen things you should try not to do when buying y
The final film from Virtual Design Festival's collaboration with Laura Mark and Jim Stephenson is a meditative look at the Peter Salter-designed Walmer Yard. Read more
Houseplants and film photography have both seen renewed interest among younger people in recent years. Here’s a neat way to combine these two loves: you can recycle used film canisters by turning them into tiny pots for plants.Photographer Marina Llopis of IFWEFILM shared the idea in a short video tutorial earlier this week. View this post on InstagramA post shared by IFWEFILM (@ifwefilm_
Today's collaboration between Virtual Design Festival and filmmakers Laura Mark and Jim Stephenson sees the launch of their film Zaha Hadid: Words by Eva Jiřičná. Read more
The Tasmanian tiger may be gone, but it’s not forgotten. New footage of the extinct marsupial has emerged from the vault of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA), showing the last known member of the species in a dingy cage.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Extinction, Animals, Australia, Tasmania, Films, Video, New Atlas Audio
CineStill has introduced a new 3-bath processing system for slide film users that allows photographers a choice of three color and contrast profiles for the same type of film. Users can opt for a straight development to bring out the default characteristics of the film, or choose a tungsten balanced look or one with a warm tone and lower contrast. The Cs6 Creative Slide 3-Bath processing system a
Hamish Gill / 35mmcThe Olympus mju-II, also known as the Stylus Epic, is a cult favorite film point-and-shoot that's been increasing in both popularity and price over the past 10 years. A relic of the late 1990's it offers a sharp 35mm F2.8 lens, excellent metering and accurate autofocus, all in a highly-pocketable, weather-sealed package. Sounds pretty appealing, eh?Sadly, the days of purchasing
Retired professional photographer Bob Rosinsky was editing one of his fine art film scans recently when he accidentally picked the Brush Tool instead of the Healing Tool in Photoshop. Just like that, a small gray smudge was created, and a strange photo project was born.Rosinsky calls the series Mid-Century UFOs, and these photos are his way of combining various analog and digital processes into s
It’s nearly the end of April 2020, the coronavirus lockdown is in full swing here in the UK, you’ve already been out for your one hours allowable exercise, and you’re bored! This was me, and my predicament.I was sitting in front of the PC considering my options for alleviating the boredom when it happens. I spot a small cardboard box I’d received some film in from Analogue 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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