Photography is a human collective past that is a huge visual archive of various techniques, techniques and creative processes. Each print – daguerreotype, photo on Polaroid, the brightest HDR-photography – is part of our common visual language.
With a huge raw file at hand, modern photographers are striving for a new application of historical image styles in their own works. Some masters use photographic technologies of the past – ambrotype, technicolor, lens-anastigmat. Currently, there are many tools to mimic remarkable, sometimes even esoteric photographic processes. Continue reading
In the pre-digital era, photo slides were a common way to preserve memories. But now the slide technology is outdated, most people no longer have access to the slide projector to view them, so the films are forgotten in boxes on the far shelves.
Digitizing slides by yourself
One photo studio client told how she set about digitizing a box with old slides and came across a few photos of her father, who passed away when she was only four years old. Continue reading