Weekly Giveaway: The Dude abides. and shoots.

Friday, June 8th, 2012

We love panoramic photographs. That uncommon space to work with in a still image allows a different story to be told. It challenges you eye to work within a different creative box. Sure, you can do the stitching game and there are some new cameras that will let do it in-camera.Like the Sonys Or go […]

The Focused Project: Paying it Forward

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

One Camera • One Click •One Moment – Presenting The “Focused Project” by Fred Bonilla Imagine a project where 200 photographers,both celebrated individuals as well as those who never have shot a roll of film in their lives are participating with the results culminating in print sales,a traveling show and a book. Also imagine that […]

Shoot film, post digital: Richard Photo Lab gets you there

Sunday, September 25th, 2011

Film is not dead. And it won’t be going away real soon. OK, it may become a more expensive commodity, but it’ll be here. And honestly, I’d like to shoot it now and again. But the labs are disappearing, and those jugs of chemical won’t be living in my house anytime soon. This is a […]

“Daddy, where do memory cards come from?” From a very clean place.

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

These tiny little nuggets of data storage, that keep dropping in price, must be tough to make, right? You betcha! The folks over at Lexar clued us into the video on the making of their chips for media cards and flash drives. Although I feel like I should be wearing a cardigan, and welcoming you […]

360º and more: Real World Review on the Spinner camera from Lomography

Monday, July 12th, 2010

When we first held the Spinner 360º in our hands, it had all of the earmarks of a classic product from the world of Lomography. Simple design, solid construction, and a unique perspective We had seen panoramic cameras,and had tricked out 35mm film cameras with a special Minolta hard matte for that special pana-look. But […]

“You spin me right round baby, right round”: Lomo intros a new camera!

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Ok, maybe a jinky ref. to an 80’s song, but it’s true. Lomography has just added a new camera to their ranks: The Spinner 360! And it takes pictures ..well…in 360 degrees. Using film, this new model has a pull ring to activate the spin, and you decide the direction and style. Here is an […]

Analog gets Animated

Monday, March 8th, 2010

We do love it when friends of photoinduced share some cool stuff that they find. Shout out to Zac R. for this excellent animated short he found on Vimeo Digital Analogue from ftjelly on Vimeo. “Since the introduction of digital technology the relationship between camera and photographer has altered dramatically. Speed and accessibility have come […]

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