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Photographer, 80, Says Digital Photography is a Lying Experience

It’s a thought often provoked by contemporary photographers creating surreal images with their new found technology. The absolute speed and ease manipulation can be obtained on a colour digital photograph is frightening nowadays and… 507 more words


It Isn't Film vs Digital Any Longer

With the popularity of film finding its way into photographer’s hands, headlines are still reading, “Why Film is Better than Digital” and “Comparing Film vs Digital.” 1,378 more words

Technique & Tutorials

Oversharing, we all do it!

In a world where social media takes over our lives, it seems all we do is overshare. I am not saying I don’t, fact of the matter is I have a profile on LinkedIn, I share videos and funny things on Facebook, I tweet my thoughts on weather and food, and take photos of things I find beautiful for Instagram. 1,067 more words


The Message in the Medium

Seeing that there was a 35mm screening of Casablanca in the local independent theatre, I suited up and dragged a couple of friends along, insisting that they dress up to respect the film. 1,892 more words

Some Things

On Film Resolution and SOARIN' OVER CALIFORNIA's Digital Update

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Let’s talk a little bit about film resolution.

Recently, Disneyland closed down their popular Soarin’ Over California attraction to swap out its film projectors for new digital replacements. 827 more words


Not Bad For A 61 Year Old Camera

As promised, the BIG reveal! Once I received the message that my photos were ready I eagerly went and collected them. Let me get the first horrible experience with my old Pentax camera out of the way, the only surprise I really got out of it was the man sitting on a bench with a face mask on turned out…with a crazy light leak and it’s not a stunning shot, but I’ll show you anyway. 295 more words


"The Relationship Between Memory and Imagination Is Mysterious Territory"

In the truly enjoyable and very moving “Queen and Country,” John Boorman’s sequel of sorts to his wonderful autobiographical film, “Hope and Glory” (1987)–the account of a nine-year-old boy’s experiences during the blitz in London–the great director revisits his alter ego, Bill Rohan. 518 more words