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Author Archives: Matthew Joseph
Did you take some awesome film shots outside the green and pink bits of the Melbourne Silver Mine’s pool map?
Happy Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day! Well actually it’s more like week. Because WWPPD falls on Easter Sunday they have extended the time in which you can take photos for them to be valid for the official website. So any pinhole … Continue reading
Hi. I thought I’d share with you all my finding with Lomography’s newest toy, the Lomography Spinner 360° Dolphin. First off a brief history of panoramic photography. NOT. There is nothing brief about that subject.
Well what can I say, it wasn’t my first choice for the #2 of the series but recent events have forced me to push it forward. Kodachrome: A Eulogy. Written by Matthew Joseph & Rhys Allen Dearly beloved, we are … Continue reading
Films come and go, unfortunately more films have been going than coming lately, some films even come back, though often, they are not quite the same as they used to be. These articles are about films that they never should have stopped making, though two of them only stopped because the company that made them folded.
The first film I want to talk about is Agfa Ultra 50, because, it was my favourite. Ultra 50 was possibly the best colour negative film ever produced, ever! It did for colour negative film what MSG did for Chinese food, it made it pop, but, it didn’t leave you wanting more 30 min later. Continue reading