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As mentioned on IG, this year I will be at North By North East NXNEi presenting a quick 1 hour workshop talking about Mobile Photography. I will cover subjects such as creativity & inspiration, techniques and basic & fundamental rules of photography as well as the advantages of the medium and much much more.
On June 12th from 12:00 to 1:00 pm
• NXNEi – SHOOTER CULTURE with Bram Timmer
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RESOLUTION VS SPEED
Since we all have our favorite app to shoot with, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite combos of Hipstamatic. Being my camera of choice in almost all circumstances, I got to be around quite a bit so hopefully these tips will help you choose or find the right combination that suits your style.
To start with, I think it’s importnat to be aware of all the possible settings available in Hipstamatic.
Some people may not know that there are 3 settings for the picture quality.
Low, Medium & High.
Those 3 dots on the left side of your lens of choice are indicators to what size and quality of pictures you Hipstamatic will output. If you are a really fast shooter and you like to shoot as much as possible, you might want to compromise the quality of … Read More »
Lately I’ve been totally hooked on the SX-70 Polaroid and the Silver Shade Film from The Impossible Project.
Always been a fan of Polaroids, I was very happy to have found this amazing SX-70 Polaroid Land camera in
mint condition. So I got a couples of films form the impossible project and the game was on!
Took a wile to get used to the sensibility of the film . The PX 600 Silver Shade is extremely UV sensitive!
To neutralize & diffuse the light, you need to put a ND filter in the cartridge & it is highly recommended to use
a Shade (Tongue) as well.
But form what I see now, they seem to have upgraded some of the products line, so something better might be out
already. Check it out! I did went through a few films (with frustrations) just so I get a feel of how the film … Read More »