Back in December 2016, we featured the work of Kurt Moser, an ambrotype photographer who turned a Russian truck into a massive camera for his glass plate photography. After seeing the article, the team at Valkyr Productions connected with Moser and created this beautiful 9-minute video profile about the photographer and his work. In the […]
Canon is set to unveil its first mirrorless camera capable of 4K video recording, according to a new report. The capability will be appearing in the soon-to-be-announced EOS M50. Canon Rumors reports that the EOS M50 will be Canon’s first APS-C crop sensor camera to shoot 4K video. Canon has been lagging behind when it […]
While traveling in Rome, photographer Oliver KMIA discovered how popular tourist spots were crowded with tourists fighting to shoot their own precious personal photo. He later scoured Instagram and created this 2-minute video, titled “Instravel,” which shows a “photogenic mass tourism experience” and how so many of our travel photos look exactly like other people’s. […]
Black and white film photography is back for sure. And with many folks getting back into film photography, I wanted to pass on some knowledge that wasn't given to me initially. Everyone always used to say "Go shoot Tri-X" and that was it.
Here’s a new timelapse video that captures the epic beauty of Canada’s vast landscapes. Photographer and filmmaker Florian Nick of Stuttgart, Germany, spent 6 weeks traveling 5,500km (~3,400mi) across British Columbia and Alberta, hunting for beautiful scenery.
Lots of photographers love black and white photography; we're not the only ones for sure! So when it comes to working with the format, it can be confusing to many how they should go about working with those types of images.
The saying goes that with most black and white film, you can get all of the forgiveness in the world. For the most part that's true; and that's why so many schools encourage students to start out with black and white film if they're teaching film photography.