Photographer Raymundo Panduro created the Pinolga, a cardboard Holga clone that captures pretty impressive photos on medium format film.
- Garry Winogrand
If you’re looking for some photography-inspired prints for your walls, look no further. These screen prints bring the beauty of analog film branding to your walls. http://petapixel.com/2014/03/20/screen-printed-posters-hope-to-bring-back-the-beautiful-branding-of-analogue-film-stocks/
Photographer Dave Miller wanted a personal darkroom but didn’t have an extra room in his house to convert into one… so he set up a shed in his garden and turned it into a full-fledged darkroom! See more here: http://www.petapixel.com/2013/01/31/a-personal-darkroom-built-inside-a-new-backyard-shed/
Craft idea: Add a dash of photographic cheer to your presents this holiday season by making your own gift bows out of 35mm film strips. Read more here: http://www.petapixel.com/2012/12/20/make-your-own-diy-christmas-gift-bows-using-strips-of-35mm-film/
Photographer Sam Cornwell recently embarked on a pilgrimage to where the earliest photographic negatives were created: the home of photo pioneer Henry Fox Talbot. Cornwell created this inspiring and educational 30-minute documentary film that follows along on the three-day trip.
"Most of the time, I have no idea what the final image will look like, but I eagerly anticipate seeing the results. Sometimes I succeed and surprise myself. More often I recognize the error in my attempt and try again. Each roll inspires new ideas in my head and I continue with my experimentation."
Artists Mishka Henner and David Oates made a 10-minute supercut featuring over 100 Hollywood movies about photographers. Give it a look, and see how many of the flicks you recognize: http://j.mp/TvMvWS