New for 2019: the CAMERADACTYL OG 4×5 hand camera – lightweight...

For the last few months, I have been working tirelessly at destroying my anonymity for the purpose of selling cameras. The responses I've...

Creating the GX-Pan: a wide format cinematic Hasselblad

I’ve always been fascinated by the cinematic look of movies. One of the many factors that go into making a movie look “cinematic” is...

Making ONDU pinhole cameras: the story of “over there” – by...

A little while ago, I got speaking to Elvis Halilović, one half of the brains behind ONDU. We spoke about the company’s new MK...

Shooting a (personal) photographic project: thoughts and other musings – by...

Bill is a project-driven photographer - even when he's not aware of it. We first spoke back in February 2018 and got talking about...

The AgiPinFold Conversion part 2 – beta testing

Back in July, I walked you through the initial build for my Agipinfold, an Agifold 6×6 camera converted to pinhole. It's time for part...

Featured project: the Obscura Darkroom – by Jen Zehner

In January 2019, I’ll be opening a public darkroom, Obscura Darkroom, in Newark, NJ. Located in the University Heights neighborhood, Obscura will provide open...

Featured project: Pre-order Let’s Explore Magazine issue 02

Here I am, back at it, trying to find the words to express my gratitude towards the film photography community for their continuous support...

Featured project: The CAMERADACTYL 4X5 field camera… “toying” around with large...

I have always built cameras, machines and models for fun. Never anything that I thought I could sell, just to use and enjoy myself...

Featured project: PhotoKlassik International magazine – issue one on Kickstarter

PhotoKlassik International is back on Kickstarter shooting for a late September 2018 launch at this year's Photokina. Brought to you by the German PhotoKlassik...

The AgiPinFold conversion part 1 – Smashing the lens

My Pinhole work has been fun of late. I’ve built and been using The Ceramic, the Mint Tin that preceded it, and a Coffee...

Introducing the pixl-latr: democratising the digitisation of film [with exclusive creator...

Innovative solutions for digitising film abound, from homegrown solutions using copy stands, digital cameras and scanning masks, to Nikon's endlessly delayed ES-2 35mm film...

Featured project: Creating Kosmo Foto Mono 100 – by Stephen Dowling

Kosmo Foto started life back in 2012 as Zorki Photo through my love of film photography. Some people collect Contaxes and Leicas; I collected...

Featured project: Creating the Mother River photobook – by Yan Wang...

In 2010 I decided to embark on the hardest adventure of my life, to photograph the entire 6,211km of the Yangtze River in China....

Featured project : Vues sur mer – by Daphne Schnitzer

The road to this photo book wasn’t paved in roses exactly – more like sea salt! - but it did all start with a...

Featured project: Analogue Wonderland – by Paul McKay

Hi all. My name’s Paul McKay and I am really excited to announce the official launch of Analogue Wonderland at 9am today (BST),  Friday...

Featured project: Piers – by Ioana Tăut

I always find it difficult to talk about myself in situations where I know it’s expected of me to present myself and who I...

Featured project: Studies of an ephemeral medium – by Mads Madison

Even though people keep asking me to create a book I've never really planned on doing so. All that changed after a conversation with...

Featured project: Goodnight Sweetheart – A miscellany of morose middle aged...

The short version is that I've been working on Goodnight Sweetheart for three years. It’s a small photo book featuring photographs of dumped mattresses that...

Featured project: Instant Stage photobook by Ioana Tăut

My name is Ioana Tăut and I am a Romanian music and fine art photographer based in Berlin. Instant Stage is my first-ever photography...

Featured project: Focusing a lens on the mind and heart of...

Street photography is a mercurial practice of ritual, patience, and spending endless hours with your own thoughts as you stalk a city’s sidewalks. It...