Get Inspired – The Two Towers

Today’s wonderful photo highlights some wonderful instant technique! The Two Towers Herschel Pollard made this remarkable image in Nashville, TN. Those who’ve played with instant films much will recognize the use of emulsion lift technique. In this case, Herschel used 8×10 instant film from the Impossible Project company – a company that was started after…

Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

Well, the sun is almost set here at ƒ/D headquarters (for the curious: near Cleveland, OH). It was a beautifully sunny day and one filled with possibilities. Of course, there was also some tribulations: my beloved pinhole-converted Polaroid 335 Land Camera camera sucked in 3 frames at once through the rollers. She’s always been a…

Get Inspired – Southerscales Scars

For today’s pinhole photo, we bring you Mark Rowell’s moody Polaroid shot. Southerscales Scars Mark shot this craggy scene in the UK, wielding his Zero Image 4×5 with the single 25mm extension. We chose this photo for today’s feature because not only is it a great photo, but it’s a great use of large format…