Lomography’s coming out with a smartphone film scanner!
This little box lets you slide in 35mm film and illuminates it inside so you can capture the image on your phone.
The design is reminiscent of the Impossible Project’s Instant Lab but lets you do something totally different but equally cool.
We also saw something similar to this at Photo Hack Day in Berlin! Rad to see it being made.
Either Philip Barlow refuses to wear glasses or he’s just really good at painting out of focus scenes.
Wethinks the latter.
Something about throwing out our film canisters makes us really sad.
Here’s a project to recycle them into something you can wear! A bracelet, cuff, call it what you will. It’s awesome.
A few great iPhone photos from Brock Davis!
That hamburger leaf has us hungry.
Oh you guys, we didn’t know a lens comparison video could be so. good. (yet so wrong.)
- Project 365 - One great photo a day
- Project Life - A scrapbook w/ 1 page per week
- Project 52 - One great photo per week
- Pick an Object - Shoot the same thing over time
- *Long* Exposures - Like 6 months long!
- Each Hour - A photo for each hour of the day
- Use Apps - Like the Photojojo Time Capsule, Collect or Everyday
Photo by Melina Souza
We’re often in search of sources of illumination. Either, literally, pure light, or works, people, and places that serve to illuminate us. Two artists have been traveling the globe for a decade with a crescent moon and have ingeniously created a photo series that tells the age old love story between man and moon.