Dutch photographer Jan van den Broek used Lego's Mindstorms programmable DIY robotic system to create an automated film-processing contraption. A Lego car dips the film into five tanks of developing liquid all on its own.
While there aren't any details about Fujifilm's new camera except an announcement date, the photo shown gives us enough clues into what this new camera could be. Here is what we know, and what we think it'll be.
Recognizing that policing the Internet is impossible, the Getty Museum is opening its digitized collection to the public as free downloads. The goal is to further its mission as a research institute to educate, and ensure its collection is…
A mechanical engineering student has created a sophisticated medium-format camera using 3D-printed components and an Arduino microcontroller. The camera exposes images onto 120 film, and its creator plans to make the project open-source.
Benjamin Edelstein spends a lot of time combing national parks across the country. It's in these parks where he captures nature's stunning beauty. He talks to us about what inspires him, and how he gets that shot.
Sure, you can buy a digital camera for around $100 off the shelf, but wouldn't it be more fun to build one for the same money? You can with Raspberry Pi and a touchscreen fro Adafruit, and even add Wi-Fi capability to it.
Darkroom processing and printing is a dying art form in photography, but there are still many who enjoy the process. A new website, Local Darkroom, helps people locate darkroom facilities – and possibly renew interest in the process.
Adobe upgraded the suite of Creative Cloud software, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Muse, and TypeKit. The big news is native 3D printing support in Photoshop, which allows designers to easily finish and finalize their projects…