How To Use Sony SteadyShot with Old, Manual, and Adapted Lenses
Breathe new life into your old glass.
The Return Of Polaroid | The King Is Back And Already An Instant Classic
Polaroid is celebrating their 80th anniversary and introducing a new line of instant classics and the nostalgia factor is very…
Kodak’s Guide to Photographing Disneyland 60 Years Ago
Enjoy this blast from the past with Kodak’s guide to photographing the happiest place on Earth in 1956.
Adding a Matte Look In Lightroom Is as Easy as a Kardashian & Nearly as Overdone
Digital images are extremely clear and some of us miss that slightly faded or matte look of certain film. That’s led many to use presets, but it’s really easy to do on your own. This is how.
Shooting Vintage, Styled Portraits on a Shoe String Budget
If you have an idea for a personal project, or have one you are currently tinkering with, the following video gives some good tips to help you photograph a stylized portrait session when you’re on a budget.
Russian Lensmaker Zenit Announces New Helios 40-2 85mm F/1.5
In the world of vintage lenses, not many lenses enjoy quite the popularity of the Helios 40-2 85mm F/1.5. A Russian manufacturer is hoping to capitalize on that popularity with the announcement of a new, updated version of the popular lens.
3 Canon FD Lenses Mirrorless Shooters Should Consider
I wanted to share three Canon FD lenses that I think are great lenses to look into if you want to give vintage lenses a try on your mirrorless camera.
How to Add A Vintage Look to Photos in Four Clicks or Less
Want to add that trendy vintage look to your photos without spending a ton of time? Tanya shows you how to do it in four clicks or less with our Lightroom Preset System (plus link to free tutorial videos).
She’s on a Mission to Preserve Your Family Photos | Rachel LaCour Niesen
Do you have old photos of family members lying around? Rachel LaCour Niesen, founder of Preserve Family Photos is on a mission to preserve the world’s family photos and post them on Instagram.
National Geographic Was Once Disgusted With Wildlife Photography
In 1888, a magazine for distinguished businessmen, explorers, scientists and scholars was founded: the National Geographic; this magazine wasn’t exactly what it is today though, all those stunning photographs were once criticized.
A Grandson’s Quest to Track Down the Mystery Locations in ‘Grandpa’s Photos’
A few years ago, Dave Tomkins found a box of vintage photographs while cleaning out his Grandfather’s house. This is his quest to find the locations of these photographs.