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Film Photography Matters Because Black and White Still Matters

At a time where photography has evolved in leaps and bounds in digital advancements, why do some people still choose to shoot with film? Why does this obsolete technology persist? There are a hundred reasons a film photographer today will tell you, but Ian Wong of Digital Darkroom has a rather interesting view to it: film photography matters because black and white still matters. thephoblographer.com

2017-10-17 16:44

Photographer uses 'antique' photo technique to illustrate struggles of Native Americans

$(document). ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_4545210807","galleryId":"4545210807","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"standalone":false,"selectedImageIndex":0,"startInCommentsView":false,"isMobile":false}) }); During the Dakota War of 1862, the United States government hung 38 members of the Dakota Indian Tribe in Mankato, Minnesota the largest single-day mass execution in US history. dpreview.com

2017-6-17 21:33

New Zeiss Batis: Still no 100% confirmation about the announcement

Two months ago a Zeiss source told me the next Zeiss E-mount lens could be a Batis tele lens. There is a fair chance the lens might be announced at the PDN show next week. But I wanted to give you a short update: Other sources still haven’t gotten any confirmation yet that the Batis […] The post New Zeiss Batis: Still no 100% confirmation about the announcement… appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2016-10-14 10:39

Making Something Beautiful Out Of Rainy Days With Still Life Photography

This autumn I created two small series of rainy pictures. It's time for maple leaves, rowan berries and, of course, raindrops! First one is about the world distorted by rain drops on a window. I always loved that kind of images you get if you put some oil or petrolatum on a sheet of glass and shoot something colorful through it. boredpanda.com

2016-9-26 12:58