It seemed that people enjoyed my map envelopes from my Editions project. Here’s a link to how to make them. They’re really simple and fun to make, and make a great, unique holder for prints.
DIYPhotography.net (or DIYP in short) is a place dedicated to photography lovers. My deepest desire is to teach you how to take great pictures, and do so without breaking your bank account.
In the way to acheive that, we will discuss technology, photography techniques, share a ton of tips, and explore creative and cheap alternatives to expensive studio gear.
Lomography is a Magazine, a Shop, and a Community dedicated to analogue photography.
It began with a fateful encounter in the early 1990s, when two students in Vienna, Austria, stumbled upon the Lomo Kompakt Automat – a small, enigmatic Russian camera. Mindlessly taking shots from the hip, and sometimes looking through the viewfinder, they were astounded with the mindblowing photos that it produced – the colours were vibrant, with deep saturation and vignettes that framed the shot – it was nothing like they had seen before! Upon returning home, friends wanted their own Lomo LC-A, igniting a new style of artistic experimental photography that we now know as Lomography!
Photojojo is a really cool site that shows you fun DIY stuff you can do with photography. They also sell really cool photography accessories!
This is one of my favorite photography projects I’ve seen. It’s photos of people now, but dressed up and posed exactly as they were when they were a child. The photos are funny, entertaining, sweet, and suprising.
Back to the Future
This is a cool tutorial on how to make composite images of two photos of the same location, but of different years.
Then and Now Tutorial
Cool tutorial on how to make a cyanotype quilt!
This guy is an amazing concert photographer, and he has tips on how to do it!