- Alternative photography processing workshop the Photographer’s Formulary
- Alternative photo processing kits
- Guide to film photography
- I still shoot film:: a beginner’s guide to film photography
- Video to learn to re-spool your film here
- Video for using 120 film with a 620 spool
- Buy your 620 film here or here
- Manual photography cheat sheet
Elliot Erwitt is one of my all time favorite photographers. I was fortunate enough to catch an Erwitt exhibit at the International Center for Photography (if you are in NYC they have classes too). If you are familiar with his work you may not have realized that a lot of his seemingly spontaneous and ‘at the right place at the right time’ shots were staged. I think for any budding photographer this offers a glimmer of hope that you might be able to create your own magic. If you are looking for the challenge of treasure hunting a magic moment don’t fret, there is a whole booming community dedicated to street film photography. Photographer Nitsa is a dedicated explorer of techniques and experimentation calling her style Non-photography, her blog is filled with information and she even created an e-book guide. I stayed up one night way too late going through her archives.
Antler Magazine in a world of new media publications is a virtual veteran of the medium. The name is great because we already established that I am an antler fan. It’s definitely more on the artsy side (so don’t expect girly, preppy or decor) but they get high marks for their superb artist finds. I find myself going back to it to discover new (to me ) creatives quite often. I say read it.