The photographer, Daniella Zalcman, creates an Instagram double exposure of 100 images that merge well-known places in NYC and London into unique cityscapes.
If you like her project, you can help her fund the first edition of a photo book for the “New York + London” project on Kickstarter.
This is a really great project from Kelly Angood.
“The Videre works without a lens, instead using a simple pinhole to take photographs onto medium format film. I have translated my original design into a beautiful and hardwearing do-it-yourself kit so that everyone can make their own Videre camera and learn about pinhole photography in style.
The kit will be printed and die-cut onto thick recycled card and supplied with easy to follow instructions and a spare medium format spool. I also plan to produce a short instructional video, which will be viewable online alongside a virtual gallery space where pinhole photographs that have been taken with the camera can be submitted.”
Check it out on Kickstarter!
Last week we were invited to attend D-ive Festival in the beautiful Barcelona. We promised we’d return with all the top news from the event.
It was great to see so many people enthusiastic about mobile photography in one place. We got to meet so many brilliant people.
On the Friday we attended the opening at the Mobile World Centre, where we were introduced to the schedule for the weekend ahead, and to all the D-ivers.
In the centre itself there is a whole room dedicated to the exciting things happening in the world of mobile, complete with augmented reality app.
The view from the building was pretty spectacular too, here’s some mobile photographers doing what they do best…
The next day we were stationed at the door of the festival welcoming people into the incredible Disseny Hub and into the world of Instagram Magnets. We even had our own hashtag, and an incredible metal wall, which we, of course, filled with StickyGrams.
On our last day in Barcelona, we had our own photowalk, taking us around the sites of the city. Take a look at some of our snaps below…
This is what it looks like before the cutting process begins… A room full of magnets! (at StickyGram HQ)