Photographer Alexander Denault Uses Film to Shoot the Northern Lights and Landscapes

All images by Alexander Denault. Used with permission.

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Photographer Alexander Denault shoots film with his Rolleiflex and enjoys going out and meeting new folks. Along the way, he obviously shoots photos. Alex applied to be featured in our upcoming analog zine, and he surely gave us some of his best images to work with. Alex’s photos have a beautiful sense of symmetry and a significantly cleaner and organic look to them than digital has ever had.


In his images, you’re bound to find a sense of beauty.

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Rolleiflex Hacked To Take Fujifilm Instax Images


We love crafty people and the crafty projects that they do. Kevin over at TheFilmme hacked his TLR to take Fujifilm Instax images. The way to do this is by using a black film changing bag, either the Instax adapter for the Lomography LC-A+ or an Instax camera, and a Rolleicord Plate Adapter. The entire hack requires removal of the camera back and placing the film very securely and safely in the plate adapter–hopefully within a dark room or changing bag if you’re that skilled.

The results are pretty darn cool if you nail them correctly. Check out the Google Translation if you’re interested.

Via Filmwasters and TheFilme

Photokina 2012 Report — Part 6: SLR Magic and the Rest

First a Ferrari, and now beer. What on earth does this have to do with photokina? Well, every day at 3 p.m. the guys from Peak Design (read more on their awesome products below) were giving out Freibier. This was their PR strategy, and you can bet it was well received!

This is part six of our photokina 2012 report, with a main focus on SLR Magic, the small lens maker from Hong Kong that has come up with a lot of amazing products in the last two years. Beside an exhaustive report on SLR Magic’s new lenses, the following companies and/or products are featured in this post: Alpa, B.I.G. Photo, Fotoman, the Impossible Project, Lensbaby, Peak Design, the Plustek 120 film scanner, Rollei, and SanDisk.

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