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Salvaging Forgotten Memories With The Rescued Film Project

Imagine that you were shooting with a film camera instead of a digital one; Whatare you going to do if you misplaced a roll of film by accident? What if you forgot about a roll inside a camera that you haven't used in ages? Maybe you exposed a roll prematurely when changing rolls? What about if you found an old roll of film inside a camera that you inherited from a family member? Recently, we got to speak withLevi Bettwieser, founder of The Rescued Film Project, about his efforts to recover images from rolls of film that once were thought to have been lost in the mists of time. thephoblographer.com

2018-10-21 13:00

Useful Photography Tip #187: How to Remember What 120 Film You Were Shooting With

Most Medium Format cameras don't have some sort of window on the back of the camera that you can peer into; that's one of the many way that they differ from 35mm cameras. So then the question becomes how to remember what film you've got in that camera? Well, the answer varies but the most consistent one that you'll find is that you should be using the little note holder on either the back of the camera or the film back depending on what you're using. thephoblographer.com

2018-10-3 13:00

Whats the Canon R and Nikon Z feature Sony should absolutely copy and paste in their fourth generation of A7 cameras?

So while we should get the A6xxx (or A7xxx) and A7sIII soon let us know what Sony should absolutely “copy and paste” from the new Canon-Nikon cameras:   The post What’s the Canon R and Nikon Z feature Sony should absolutely “copy and paste” in their fourth generation of A7 cameras? appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2018-9-11 18:18

Portraits of the Konyak Headhunter Tribe in India

When we think of tribes, the first thing that comes to mind is, What did those tribesmen and women believe in? What were their customs and beliefs? Thats what I asked about the Konyak tribe that was nestled in Nagaland, India, in regard to the famous headhunters. Headhunting was the war-art of capturing the head […] petapixel.com

2018-8-3 20:44

Opinion: Going Back to Canon and Nikon Feels Like a Toxic Relationship

Canon and Nikon are absolutely doing what they can to win back customers after slowly losing ground to both Sony and Fujifilm over the years. While the latter two have been doing all that they can to gain market share and continue to push forward, we can say with absolute certainty that Canon and Nikon have done little to nothing to give customers what they want and to adapt with the times. thephoblographer.com

2018-7-24 13:00