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5 Ways to Transform Your Images on 35mm Film

Capturing moments on 35mm film adds a touch of charm and nostalgia to your photographs. Though, there's room to do more with the shots...

7 Photo Exhibitions You Won’t Want to Miss

In the world's art capital, various forms of visual expression are all around us though, there's something uniquely compelling about experiencing photography in its...

You Need to Learn About the Rules of Composition Now

How do we create compelling images that resonate with viewers? The answer lies in understanding the rules of composition. However, like any creative endeavor, photography also invites rebellion.

Lomography Apparat and Cinestill 400d – My First Roll

By Steven "5amtoday" Jones In a digital age dominated by digital cameras and instant gratification, there's a certain enchantment in stepping back to the...

10 Reasons to Embrace Medium Format Photography This Winter

Michael Elliott — Fine Art Film Photographer-Flâneur and Londoner at Large Medium format photography has long been revered for its exceptional image quality, stunning detail, and unique...

10 Reasons to Choose Film Photography for Wall Art

Film photography is a great choice for wall art, especially black and white and still life photography. Film has a unique look that is often described as being more "organic" or "natural" than digital photography. Black and white photography is a classic choice for wall art, and it can be used to create timeless and elegant images. Still life subjects are often simple and uncluttered, which makes them well-suited for the more traditional look of film. Film photography can also capture texture and depth in a way that digital photography often cannot. It is also a more personal medium that is often used to capture memories and experiences. Film photographs can also have a more timeless quality than digital photographs.

The Top 10 Reasons to Shoot Film This Holiday Season

The holiday season is a time for creating memories that will last a lifetime. And what better way to capture those memories than with...

Capturing Holiday Magic: 8 Ways to Celebrate with Photography

The holiday season is a time of warmth, joy, and togetherness. It's also a season filled with unique opportunities for photographers to capture the...

Through the Lens: Black Women’s Liberation in Photos

In the fight for civil rights and equality, the role of photography has been indispensable. However, the stories of Black women and their unique...

Unlock the Artistic Magic: A Step-by-Step Guide to Mastering the Polaroid Emulsion Lift Technique for Stunning Photographs

What is a Polaroid Emulsion Lift? Polaroid Emulsion Lift is an alternative art technique using Polaroid film and copying the image onto another canvas. Getting Started: Make...

Jamel Shabazz: Legendary Street Photographer

The 80s was a troubling time for New Yorkers. There was gang violence, the rise of drugs such as crack cocaine and not to...

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