One of the problems when shooting film is very rarely knowing the exact setting you used for each shot. Unless you happen to walk around with a notebook jotting everything down but who does that these days?
I’m new to Behance. I’m so new in fact, that I don’t even have any work uploaded yet. Over the weekend I got stuck into exploring Behance and thought it would be cool to feature a Behance profile every week. This train of thought then continued down to various other social networks but more on that [...]
Way back in January 2011 I posted a video about the discovery of Vivian Maier. Since then more and more rolls of film have been developed and scanned, there have been exhibitions and a documentary in the making.
A great honour was bestowed upon National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry. If you haven’t heard of Steve McCurry before, I’m pretty sure you would have seen one of his photos. It’s probably one of the most famous photos of our time, “The Afghan Girl“.
I Still Shoot Film and RAW are teaming up for an epic 3 day film photography workshop in PARIS. Are you looking at getting into shooting film? Are you shooting digital and what to try something different?
You may not have heard of a photographer named Kevin Kadooka. Last year he built a beautiful wooden homemade TLR camera as a personal project. Many thought it would be extremely popular if Kevin decided to sell the camera as a built-it-yourself kit.
This is actually pretty useful. Lomography have released a new Kickstarter project which seems to have some decent support behind it. It’s a simple product really a film scanner that works with your smart phone, just think of the applications.
A while back I interviews istillshootfilm.org blogger Rachel Rebibo about her love for film. As many of the regular readers would know since then I have been inspired by Rachel and have delved into shooting film for myself. A couple of weeks ago Rachel asked I would submit a guest post to her blog about my [...]