So you want pictures that are low quality and trashy in a cool and trendy way? Time to get a hold of some odd gear to put in front of your SLR.
Well, let me be honest: I'm not a real man. I back up my photos and files to an OCD like extent. And you should do the same.
I have equipped my camera obscura with some better hardware to get better control and in the end better images with it.
I supported a successful Kickstarter campaign which aimed to make a small and inexpensive Camera Obscura. I received and built my camera – and I already love it.
If your photos are going on the web, there are several things you can do to get small files, yet decent image quality
I keep reading these articles from film photographers about why film is MUCH better than digital. Pardon my French, but BS!
Lomography has succeeded on almost all levels with their copy of the Petzval lens. The finished result is beautiful and a real piece of kit.
I don't use physical filters on my lenses and I very rarely use digital filters on my image files
I always loved the look of the ultra-compact pancake lenses. Now I own two.
For some reason some photographers seem to think that a 35mm lens is about as boring and bland as a lens can get. I beg to differ.