Tag Archives for " Street photography "

Dec 31

#1332. Streetopia and Portra 400

By Ian Varkevisser | How-To

Today we test out an E-Film called Portra 400, created for Fujifilm by Ivan Yolo, on the street. According to the manufacturer KODAK PROFESSIONAL PORTRA 400 is the world’s finest grain high-speed color negative film. At true ISO 400 speed, this film delivers spectacular skin tones plus exceptional color saturation over a wide range of […]

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Dec 13

#1329. ARE BURE BOKEH

By Ian Varkevisser | Art & Creativity , How-To

Born in Ikeda, Osaka in 1938 Hiromichi Moriyama lived his early years in troubled and unsettled times. His family moved frequently owing to his father’s work. Whenever he moved he wandered the streets exploring his surroundings. He grew up in the darkness of post war Japan. Known most famously for his image Stray Dog. He […]

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Nov 19

#1243. That SOOC Industrial Look

By Ian Varkevisser | How-To

Apparently Fujicolor 100 Industrial is a negative film only sold in bulk in Japan. Something interesting about Fujicolor 100 Industrial film is that it has a Tungsten emulsion (with a Kelvin temperature of 3200), but it is daylight balanced because the dye colors have been shifted to account for the cooler temperature. It turns out […]

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Apr 12

#843. What’s in my Bag? (Adam)

By Adam Bonn | Review

  Late to the party (but always nice to be invited) it’s high time I shared with you the contents of my bag!   The obvious choice for me was the Billingham Hadley small. To me this bag has everything I need. The ability to cram in more stuff that anything that size has any […]

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