Photojojo finds the best photo DIY Projects, Tips, and Gear.
"We're addicted to Photojojo" -- Heather Champ
"Take Photos? You Need this Newsletter." -- Jim Heid
Columnist, Los Angeles Times
"I'm the kinda guy who unsubscribed from every email list I was on in 1999... But their excitement was contagious, and before I knew it, I was plunking down my address." - Derek Powazek
A List Apart
"I'm never disappointed by Photojojo." -- Dave Johnson
The scene: 9 am, you wake up. Your room is eerily silent. You sense something’s off, but you can’t quite put your finger on it.
You run to your computer. Photoshop is gone! All that’s left is your scanner, camera, and film. WHAT DO YOU DO?
Create art IN your camera!
Martin Wilson did, and the results are incredible: each contact sheet is a self-contained work of art, made of cleverly-composed patterns and words.
It’s not easy — every time he picks up his camera, he has to know precisely what each frame should look like before he shoots it — a single roll can take months to shoot. But the product: a Contact Sheet Masterpiece, with nary a cursor in sight.
With a little patience and a pint of planning, may we all aspire to the Martinistic school of contact!
p.s. Our BFFL’s at MOO are giving PJ readers 25% off their Mosaic Frames! Check. it. out.
*NEW* Want to help make the future of Photojojo? We're hiring for a new full-time position in San Francisco: Be our Editorial & Community Lead
→ See more Photo projects, DIY ideas, and Gear ←
→ Get it all free: Subscribe by email or RSS ←
No comments yet.
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.
Made on Omicron Persei VIII. Designed on Earth. © Photojojo