There have been many ‘end of photography’ style articles which attributing this to the rise of camera phones – especially the iPhone. Is this the result of mass democratisation, or something else?
Robert Burley’s project documents the demise of the photographic industry over the past six years. It began at Kodak Canada,Toronto in 2005.
Not sure whether I like this image or not. Kind of reminds me of one of those architectural 3D renderings. You know, the ones of new shopping centres, with stock image library people dropped in, looking as if they are floating a couple of inches off the ground because the designer couldn’t be bothered to […]
So what’s going on here? I laid out some old lead typefaces and photographed them with a 24mp mirrorless digital camera. But I used a Voigtlander lens. Voigtlander being one of the oldest names in cameras, founded in Vienna. But, of course, the Voigtlander name is now used by Cosina who manufacture modern film cameras […]
Since getting back into film photography, one of the things that I’ve noticed is that more and more film brands seem to be disappearing. Often, before any formal announcements, there are discussions on online photography forums. For example, it appears that Fujifilm might be discontinuing Neopan 400 film. For photographers who develop their own film and […]