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Chris teaches you at least three ways why using a hole instead of a lens to take pictures can really make you a better photographer – and why with the analog taste to it, it is still easy to approach it from the technical side. The Iceland posters are pretty much on their way and Chris will be on the real radio. Tonight.
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- tfttf624 – Who Owns The Photons?
- Tom Hunter
- Tom Hunter and his interpretations of iconic photos
- Mike Stimpson – Lego recreations of iconic photos
- The “Remake” Project’s Recreations of Famous Works of Art
- Article: Redoing Iconic Photos | Clutch Magazine
- Chris on the German Radio
- Marquardt International Pinhole
- Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day – April 27 2014
- MMP – The Marquardt Mini Pinhole (DIY pinhole camera)
Gary has a note on backing up pictures during travel, Bear has thoughts on getting out of a rut by using other arts, and he needs a backup strategy for his pictures during a 70 day long motorcycle trip, Frank is interested in what’s happening with the levels in a image if you shoot super low-contrast scenes and there’s a treat for the analog photographers out there, Chris talks with Sanja Harris of the Fotokemika project that is set out to save the heritage of the maker of one of the last traditional silver rich films: EFKE
- Saving the EFKE heritage:
- Learn to shoot like a pro on a photo workshop
Maybe the analog ones among you (or those who love photography, no matter if it’s analog or digital) might enjoy this little 90-second video. I produced it the other day together with Allan Attridge, trying out his new camera dolly. I’d say it works.
(It looks gorgeous in HD and full-screen!)
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Watch in high quality (right click to save)
John Chiara is different from most other photographers. With his trailer-size big camera he pulls up at a curb and takes landscape pictures in a process that turns quite a few paradigms upside down.