Articles tagged "analog"

The Kanton DX35 concept is an all-in-one film development machine the size of a coffee maker

Industrial designer Thomas Müller has created a concept device that attempts to democratize film development using an all-in-one device that sits on your countertop.

Mastin Labs' new 'Kodak Everyday' preset pack includes Ektar 100, Gold 200 & Tri-X 400

Mastin Labs has released its latest set of presets titled 'Kodak Everyday.' The pack includes film emulation presets for iconic Kodak films, including Ektar, Gold and Tri-X.

Kodak Alaris brings 35mm Pro Image 100 film to Europe

More than twenty years after it was first launched, Kodak Alaris is officially bringing its Pro Image 100 film to the European market.

Kickstarter: Pixl-latr aims to simplify film digitization

Scanning film takes forever and photographing negatives is a pain. The Pixl-latr aims to provide a simple solution.

Kodak teases first sample photos of Ektachrome

Kodak Professional has teased its first batch of sample photos from its revived Ektachrome slide film on Instagram and Facebook.

Kodak Daylight Single Use disposable camera launched in Europe

Kodak Alaris has launched a new single-use disposable camera in Europe. Called the Kodak Daylight Single Use Camera, this 800 ISO film camera is supposedly ideal for parties, weddings, and similar events.

A photographer has designed and built the first E-Mount film camera

Photographer Alexander Gee has created something pretty cool: the first (to our knowledge) E-Mount film camera. It's called LEX, and when it's finished, Gee intends to make the camera's design files open source so that anybody can built their own from scratch.

Large format macro: a crazy wet plate photography experiment

How do you shoot macro photography on an 18x24cm large format wet plate camera? You 'connect' two large format cameras together! That's how wet plate photographer Markus Hofstaetter did it, and you can read about the whole process in this article.

Report: Agfa Vista film is no more, stock drying up world-wide

According to Japan Camera Hunter, Agfa Vista color negative film is no longer being produced. The site says the information was confirmed by ‘reliable industry sources,’ and that supplies are drying up around the world.

'I'm Back' digital back for analog SLRs successfully returns to Kickstarter

I'm Back, the digital back that promises to transform your old 35mm SLR into a digital camera, has returned from the Kickstarter graveyard... and this time it's blown past its funding goal.

Kodak Alaris is bringing back T-Max P3200 high-speed B&W film

Kodak Alaris is resurrecting yet another film photography product. Kodak's T-Max P3200 high-speed B&W film—which the company says can be push processed to ISO 25,000—is officially coming back in March!

The Chroma is a lightweight, affordable, easy-to-use 5x4 field camera

The new 5x4-inch field camera was designed by UK photographer and custom camera maker Steve Lloyd, and it promises to be lightweight, easy-to-use, unique, affordable and upgradable... as well as a bit funky.

Shooting wet plate collodion double exposures... handheld

After years of planning and dreaming, wet plate photographer Markus Hofstaetter finally accomplished one of his crazier goals: shooting wet plate collodion photography... handheld.

Capture One Film Styles Pack tries to capture the 'old analog feeling' with 15 new presets

Phase One has released a new, 15-preset Film Styles Pack for Capture One users that gives you a total of 45 different analog 'Styles' to choose from—33 in color and 12 in black & white.

CineStill 50D Film in 120 format goes up for pre-order

CineStill has launched its 50D film in 120 format, currently offering it for pre-order with an anticipated August 2017 shipping date.

Analog revival rolls on: Rollei Vario Chrome slide film coming soon

Need more evidence that 2017 is the year analog begins its comeback? Well, welcome another new film stock to the world.

Analog gems: 10 excellent, affordable film cameras

These ten film cameras stand the test of time. They are easy to find, affordable and capable of excellent results.

This camera is made of 32,000 drinking straws

The Straw Camera is an unusual analog camera. The product of a collaboration between photographers Michael Farrell and Cliff Haynes, it's made out of ordinary drinking straws. Read more

Hopes of Kodachrome relaunch put on ice

Hold your horses, all you would-be Egglestons: Kodachrome probably isn't about to make a comeback. Read more