Beyond the Visual is an interactive photo booth experience: a combination of visual arts piece, immersive theater, and educational program. We are transforming an...
There's a new camera on the block and it just so happens to be the latest addition to the CAMERADACTYL family. I call it the HOMONCULUS 69 - because it can take photographs up to 6x9 in size.
This is the story of a photo project which started on a whim and grew into something far bigger than I’d imagined. Fingers crossed it’s not finished yet, but more on that later.
It all started with some idle musings between a few photographers. Some were expressing a bit of disdain for the "selfie generation", which triggered a chain of thought that lead me to a fusion of pop-art and selfies.
In November 2017, the first batch of 35mm Kosmo Foto Mono 100 made its way from the Czech Republic to Kosmo Foto HQ in south east London. It was the culmination of nearly 18 months of planning;
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 digitising adapter.
There's no argument that 2017 was a good year for the analogue photography community but in my humble opinion, the assumption that it was the industry driving the analogue resurgence - or whatever you want to call it - couldn't
Quiet rural towns offer little in the form of excitement for those stricken with terminal misbehaviour.
I’ve always been fascinated by the cinematic look of movies.
Let me get this out of the way: I unashamedly love Let's Explore Magazine. The idea, the platform, the Kickstarter campaign and the beautiful outpouring of support that was the result of Issue 00 hitting doormats the world over at
The New Walk Centre in Leicester was the City Council’s headquarters since the mid-70s and the twin-towers, being among the city’s tallest buildings, have been a landmark feature on the skyline all of my life.
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 darkroom hours, memberships for unlimited facilities use, and classes for both adults and teens.