1. The Obscuravan/ M.P.L.


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    The pinhole camera is humble, pure & simple and an instrument to connect with time & the passing of it. The Mobile Pinhole Laboratory (M.P.L) is a kingsize pinhole camera. It is developed for experiments on very large format paper negatives. I use PE & baryta paper, negative  & direct positive. Roll paper & paper sheets. I try to work as simple & basic as possible.  The camera also functions as  darkroom , laboratory  & shelter.

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    • 072014-Superhero DIY


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      • 05.2014 - Capturing Dad for Father's Day


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        • DIY Waxed Canvas Camera Bag - a Domke Alternative


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          Looking to put together a sexy camera bag? Already have a messenger bag you want to carry your camera in? Love the look and feel of waxed canvas bags but don't want to fork over the money to buy one new? THIS TUTORIAL IS FOR YOU! HOW TO...Turn a Messenger Bag Into a Camera Bag (pretty simple): 1) Get your bag. 2) Buy a camera bag insert (such as: bhpho.to/1azyl3) 3) Put insert into bag...and, voilà! MATERIALS...To Wax Your Bag 1) Your bag (obviously) 2) A double boiler. I recommend NOT using one intended for kitchen use...it can be a mess to clean. Rig one out of old pans, coffee cans, or whatever you may have around. I used two old, aluminum camping pots that I had sitting in the basement. 3) Wax. Many places recommend a blended mixture of paraffin and bee's wax, but I used straight paraffin, and it seems to have turned out fine. You can pick up a pound box of paraffin wax in the canning section of Walmart or your local grocery store. You shouldn't need more than one or two of the included wax bars. - LINK: bit.ly/fsoxAU 4) A brush. I recommend a bristle brush between 1/2" and 1"...up to 1-1/2". Any smaller and it would take to long; much larger, and it would be too unwieldy and messy. I used a half-inch artistic brush I had sitting around. HOW TO...Wax Your Canvas Bag & Make It Water-Resistent & Durable 1) Put some water in the bottom portion of your double boiler and place it on your stove on HIGH (to get it boiling faster). As the water boils, add a bar or two of wax to the upper portion of your double boiler, and allow it to melt. 2) Once the wax has started to melt, dip your brush into it, and begin painting all surfaces of your bag, paying special attention to the seams and bottom of the bag. Maybe coat the bottom a little extra well as this i the area that will be taking the brunt of the wear. Allow was to cool...it will become caked and hardened, but that is okay. 3) Put your canvas bag into an old pillow case, and tie off the end. (This keeps the wax from getting all over the place.) Then, put it in the dryer on HIGH for about 15 to 30 minutes. This allows the wax to be evenly melted into the fabric. You can also use a hair dryer (much more of a pain with this amount of wax, but possible) or a heat gun (a bit overkill). When your bag is finished in the dryer, pull it out and allow it to cool down. It will harden because of the wax between the fibers...this is to be expected. You can now: 1) Use it as-is. 2) Work the fabric to break it in and soften it a bit. 3) Give it another application or two. (I only gave mine one application so far.) FOR MORE DIY, CHECK OUT: allenmowery.com

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          • How to Shoot Film - D-I-Why Not?


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            Ryan Tatar has made a name for himself with his lo fi photographs using expired or cross-processed film that depict simpler times. Originally from Michigan, he now resides in San Francisco and is busy with international photo exhibitions and editorial and advertising clients when not working at one of the most well known computer companies in the world. In this episode of D-I-Why Not?, Ryan breaks down the basics of analogue photography while on a road trip with Cyrus Sutton and Foster Huntington last summer. For more of Ryan's work, check out http://www.ryantatar.com/ or his blog Shakas and Singlefins (http://www.shakasandsinglefins.com) Host Ryan Tatar Camera James Campbell Cyrus Sutton Edit James Campbell Producer Cyrus Sutton Music "Nothing's Gonna" The Blank Tapes

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            • Chronos Rail Prep part 2


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              Part 2 of the Chronos Rail preperation and assembly.

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              • Barrera Laser - DIY foto / flash


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                Barrera laser para disparo de flash o camara Ver informacion detallada en : http://prioridad-de-apertura.blogspot.com/2011/07/semana-94.html

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                • A DIY Photography ring flash review by Von Wong Photography


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                  A DIY Photography ring flash review by Von Wong Photography & Eva Jinn Productions Coming soon @ http://www.diy-lighting-kits.com/ Credits: Photographer: Benjamin Von Wong www.vonwong.com www.facebook.com/vonwongphotography Video: Eva Jinn Productions Follow us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/evajinnproductions Like our work? Become a fan! :D Cameramans: Eva & Nicholas Bernier-Béland Model: Amarant Venacava Assistant: Donald Laroche We are proud supporter of DIY Photography! http://www.diyphotography.net/ Music: Everything Everything - MY KZ UR BF (Clock Opera remix) Buy the song HERE: http://www.myspace.com/everythingeverythinguk/music/songs/my-kz-ur-bf-clock-opera-remix-70908284 Thanks for watching !

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                  • The price is Wong! Bloopers from our latest shooting for DIY


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                    My friend Benjamin Wong wasn't feeling good today, so I decided to do a little something for him from our latest shooting for DIYPhotography , a review of a ring flash that is coming soon :) Hope you enjoy it :) ...btw if you want to put a smile on Ben's face, check out his fan page Von Wong Photography | Montreal Based Photographer and leave a sweet comment about how sexy he is...like: Ohhhhh he's so hot he's like curry! (FOTC) haha ....take care guys ;)

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                    • PixelAnalogo.com - 10 blogs de fotografía que debes de seguir este año 2011


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                      Son 10 recomendaciones de blogs y sitios que deben de seguir en este 2011

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