Found Films: separate site

Quando non c'era Photoshop

Given the continuous increase in the years of my found films collection and the long work of development, archiving and cataloging that, with slowness, is almost coming to an end, a subdomain dedicated to sharing only these images has been added and will progressively be filled up over the next few months to replace the found films section on this site. To access the new space click on the image below. The link will then be integrated into the new…

Found films-part II

kodak Ektachrome old

A new roundup of found films … Found film # 3: Kodachrome 135 This is not properly a found film because the box was found with slides that were already been processed and framed but, these slides allows you to understand at least part of the reason for the veneration that many photographers have had for decades to Kodachrome. The box has the postage stamp of the laboratory which dates back to 1951 and cardboard frames seem to match those…

Belair X 6-12

Since the first announcement of this camera Lomography provoked many discussions and a general sense of anticipation for a product that was presented as a real crack: compact folding, auto exposure, and interchangeable lenses three different frame sizes on medium format film, including the rare (and usually expensive) 6×12. These were  the awesome credentials that accompanied the first Belair X 6-12 shipped to the end of 2012; Unfortunately, judging by the reactions of the users most of the expectations were…

Pinhole Cameras DIY Guide

 Title Pinhole cameras – a Do It Yourself guide Author Chris Keeney Edition Princeton Architectural Press Year 2011 Format 22,5 x 16,5 cm Pages 191 Price 19,95 $ Cover Stiff cardboard, canvas back, metal spiral inside ISBN 9781568989891 To gain experience and maybe prepare the equipment for the next Pinhole Day, here it is an interesting manual that can help us in finding unusual ideas for the construction of a new pinhole camera. “Pinhole Cameras – A Do It…