Lomography is making the film conversion process easy with a portable film scanner that converts 35mm film into digital photos using a smartphone.
Earlier this year, Kodak filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, announced its plans to exit the camera business and focus on printing, ink and film. Buried under debt, Kodak's now announced its future will no longer include film, the very item that made it a household name.
Dennis Manarchy is not a giant and doesn't have huge hands. His 35-foot long camera called "Eye of America" is a film camera for his "Vanishing Cultures" project that'll showcase snapshots of time on a trek across America's 50 states.
Shooting great pictures on film may be little more than a fuzzy memory these days, but that doesn't mean that there aren't lots of people with awesome film camera systems gathering dust on the shelf. This cartridge aims to make your hip vintage camera gear useful again, by letting you shoot digital images.
Storing pictures on your camera may be light years different than it was ten or twenty years ago, but the process of creating the actual storage medium is just about as complicated as it used to be. We've got two videos for you: one showing how memory chips are made in 2011, and another showing how Kodak film was made in 1958.
Paul Simon may have begged Mama don't take my Kodachrome away in his 1973 ode to the legendary color slide film, but now the unthinkable has happened, and never again will you be able to get your Kodachrome film developed.
If you owned a camera before the digital era, the chances are good that you have a bunch of old negatives kicking around. What if you want to convert those negatives to true-blue digital photos?
This is Puck, Gilda and Rosie. If you're looking at the humans in the picture above, then you're not meeting the new camera crew — they're the robotic arms in the background. A team of programmers, technicians and folks who...
Love it or fall asleep during it, Tron made sports and racing look super slick by slapping a bunch of neon all over everything. Sony Ericsson decided to have a go at it, decking out a tennis court, the rackets,...
With the popcorn-fueled apocalypse entering theaters this Friday, there's one organization that's not so thrilled about the hysteria "2012" is drumming up. That'd be NASA, and the space agency is — as you'd imagine — reassuring everyone that it's going...