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The Most Unconventional Berlin Bucket List

illustrations: Berk Karaoglu.  We decided to rethink the concept of a conventional bucket list and came up with scenarios that shamelessly embrace Berlin’s potential as the backdrop of some memorable experiences. And ‘’memorable’’ is actually somewhat of an understatement here – some of these shenanigans are simply unforgettable, even if some parties involved may indeed wish otherwise. While we are by no means condoning every single one of these actions, let alone encourage anyone to draw any...
Tags: Fashion, Hollywood, Sex, Adventure, Germany, Angela Merkel, Berlin, Darkroom, Humor, Stories, Alex, Irony, Bucket List, Botanical Garden, Mustafa, Berghain


Maya is “the only darkroom timer you’ll ever need”

One of the biggest issues in the darkroom is keeping track of time. Whether it’s for developing your rolls of film or exposing negatives onto paper in the enlarger, there’s just very little out there these days to assist with that, and using a phone can be tricky, especially if you’ve got wet chemicals on […] The post Maya is “the only darkroom timer you’ll ever need” appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Darkroom, Kickstarter, Maya, Film Developing, Enlarger, Maya Darkroom Timer


Illegal Sex: Photos exploring Berlin’s Underground Cruising Scene

photo: Marc Martin With his photo series “Cruising” French photographer Marc Martin reimagines a time before dating apps, a time when public toilets, were the only place to find sexual encounters for many gay men. Behind closed doors, in front of shiny tiles and messy graffiti, these places were a meeting spot for those who could not use their own homes, who could not be open about their sexuality and desires. His work is on display at Schwules Museum Berlin in the exhibition “Fenster zum Klo ...
Tags: Fashion, Berlin, Darkroom, Gay, Stories, Exhibition, Cruising, Kreuzberg, Marc Martin, Publictoilet, Schwulesmuseum, Marc Martin With, Schwules Museum Berlin, Pierre Emö, Underground Public Toilets, Hermannplatz Kaiser


Soundtrack Review: Rage

Rage Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the film score Rage by Ryuichi Sakamoto. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 99 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 64.9 Album Excellence: 92.8% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? Rage AKA Ikari is a 2016 Japanese suspense mystery drama film directed by Lee Sang-il and starring Ken Watanabe, Mirai Moriyama, Aoi Miyazaki. It is based on Shuichi Yoshida’s 2014 mystery novel of the same name. A man bruta...
Tags: Music, Japan, Darkroom, Thriller, Tokyo, 2016, Film Scores, 10s, Milan Records, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Okinawa, Chiba, Sakamoto, Ikari, Lee Sang il, Ken Watanabe Mirai Moriyama Aoi Miyazaki


9 of the best apps you can only use on iPhones (AAPL)

The App Store was first introduced in 2008, and it was the first digital store where mobile software started being distributed to the masses. It gained a lot of traction over the years, and thanks to the iPhone's popularity, a lot of developers have started to work exclusively on iOS. As a result, there are dozens of iOS-only apps populating the App Store, taking advantage of the iPhone's and iPad's special hardware features — like 3D Touch, or the Apple Pencil — to make unique experiences. How...
Tags: Apple, Google, Darkroom, Trends, Reddit, App Store, Morty, Rick, Focos, Reddit Apollo, Wubalubadubdub


How to develop your own black and white film from start to finish

As popular as film has become, a lot of people still mention the cost of shooting film being quite high. And we’re not talking about the price of gear, because that’s dirt cheap these days. It’s the actual shooting process that can be expensive. As the rolls are made in fewer quantities, manufacturing is more […] The post How to develop your own black and white film from start to finish appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Film, Developing, Film photography, Darkroom, Tutorials, Analog, Analog Photography, Analogue, Black & White, Film Developing, James Stevenson


Where is the Way to the Darkroom?

Location: Berlin. Display Name: What is love?. About Me: Baby don’t hurt me, don’t hurt me. Looking for: No more. Relationship Status: Single. Remember how I was like: “I’m off dating apps – Yay!” Yeah well, I got weak, I’m human, bare with me. But it’s fine, feeling generally good about myself right now: Bought myself socks with pineapple print, my 4 pack recently became a 5 pack, coconut butter is my latest skin care discovery, and I established a new, successful flirting strategy. When you co...
Tags: Fashion, Sex, Berlin, Darkroom, Gay, Dating, Stories, Casper, Nightlife, Kink, Luc, Italo, Friedrichshain, Sexparty, Group Message


Darkr brings the darkroom feel to your smartphone photography

If you miss the days spent inside sterile darkrooms used to develop negatives and prints, a new analog-inspired app called Darkr might cure your nostalgia. The post Darkr brings the darkroom feel to your smartphone photography appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Photography, Darkroom, Trends, Analog


I proposed to my girlfriend in the darkroom with a hidden message

My name is Paul Fehr, and I recently proposed to my girlfriend, Ale, in a photography darkroom. Here’s how I did it. Ale and I both started learning how to develop and print film photos in our home darkroom about 6 months ago. Ale is in her last semester of architecture school, and I studied […] The post I proposed to my girlfriend in the darkroom with a hidden message appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Film, Inspiration, Darkroom, Analogue, Proposal


Buy: Sculptural Storage Jars

Darkroom's colorful, hand-dyed cork lids turn the average aluminum storage jar into a sculptural container and keep coffee, tea or weed super fresh.... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, London, Storage, Darkroom, Containers, Furniture_decor, Sculptures, Homewares, 4202016


Is Darkroom the ultimate mobile toning solution?

As life is quickly becoming busier and busier for me I’ve had to find solutions to be able to work on the go and with that, naturally comes sacrifice. I opted for a Surface Pro 4 and an iPhone 6sPlus for my “Travel kit” and with the Wi-Fi abilities of the Sony A7ii it makes [...] The post Is Darkroom the ultimate mobile toning solution? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Darkroom, App, Sony, Curves, Toning


Beyond the Eameses: Seven Things You Might Not Know About L.A.'s Rich Design History

Los Angeles owes a huge debt to Charles and Ray Eames, who helped champion the city as an exceptional home base from which to design and innovate. But there's more to L.A. design history than just the Eameses' story. Throughout the 20th century, L.A.'s delightful climate, strong manufacturing base and Hollywood-adjacent industries have helped to nurture a strong design community.  Join us September 29-30 for the Core77 Conference in Downtown Los Angeles. Buy your ticket today! Like the rest of C...
Tags: Hollywood, Design, California, America, Darkroom, Los Angeles, Architecture, Barbie, Charles, Scandinavia, Southern California, Ruth, Mattel, Consumer Product, Eames, Cecil B DeMille


Is putting a darkroom in a bar a good idea? Guess we are going to find out

“I’ll have a whatever’s on tap and two stacks of Ilford paper please”. I know this is not what you expect to hear in a bar. Consider this though: darkrooms are being less common, there is a renaissance for film and everyone loves beer. So why not combine a darkroom with a bar. And this [...] The post Is putting a darkroom in a bar a good idea? Guess we are going to find out appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Darkroom, Washington Dc, Bar, Analog Photography, Ilford


If you ever wondered what it was like to be taught by Ansel Adams, here’s your answer

Ansel Adams is one of those legends of photography that most people have heard of. Whether they’re a photographer themselves or not, they know who he is. They know of his work, they may even own some of it. For those of us who are photographers, have you ever wondered what it would have been like to [...] The post If you ever wondered what it was like to be taught by Ansel Adams, here’s your answer appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Darkroom, Ansel Adams, Landscapes, Large Format


Take a rare look inside the darkroom where Ansel Adams crafted his prints

Marc Silber of Advancing your Photography teamed up with Ansel Adams’ son, Michael, to give an inside look at the custom-made darkroom that the elder Adams used to create his massive and magnificent prints. The post Take a rare look inside the darkroom where Ansel Adams crafted his prints appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Video, Darkroom, Trends, Tour, Ansel Adams, Michael, Adams, Custom


Take a look inside Ansel Adams’ amazing Darkroom

The room in which Ansel Adams created many of his works has to be the absolute ultimate DIY darkroom.  Back then, many things had to be made yourself, as commercially available tools for most of what Ansel wanted or needed to do simply did not exist. In this video from Marc Silber, we’re guided through Ansel’s [...] The post Take a look inside Ansel Adams’ amazing Darkroom appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Film, Inspiration, Darkroom, Ansel Adams, Large Format, Ansel


What does it take to make an ‘iconic’ image? Ansel Adams on capturing Moonrise over Hernandez

This morning while looking for interesting news, I found this fascinating account of Mr. Adams stumbling across and photographing the iconic “Moon Over Hernandez” image. With 2 teenagers, I’m recently thinking about how things are very different for them than they were in my teens. And I periodically tell them about how “hard” it was for me to do things when I was younger (and of course they groan every time – “oh Dad” – do your kids do that too?). We were planning vacation yesterday and I told...
Tags: Art, Photography, Darkroom, Manipulation, Ansel Adams, Dslr, Photograph, Hasselblad, Before And After, Adams, Hernandez, Moonrise


Kodak’s Professional Film Photography app is now available for the iPad and Android

Kodak released its free Professional Film App for the iPhone in 2012, and it’s seen a couple of small updates since then. Now, they’ve released both iPad and Android versions of the app. As somebody who got back into film a few years ago, I’ve kept my eye on various apps that have spawned for iOS and Android. I’ve [...] The post Kodak’s Professional Film Photography app is now available for the iPad and Android appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Iphone, Ios, Android, Ipad, Photography, News, Film, Darkroom, Kodak, Black & White


This ‘Portable’ darkroom once owned by the US Army can be yours for just $2500

If you’ve ever wanted your very own, military-grade portable darkroom, now’s your time to come forward and claim your desired possession. Up for sale on Hillsborough, North Carolina’s Craigslist classified pages is a completely contained darkroom once used by the United States Army. Painted the signature olive green of army equipment, this ‘portable’ darkroom comes [...] The post This ‘Portable’ darkroom once owned by the US Army can be yours for just $2500 appeared first on DIY Photography. ...
Tags: Film, US, Darkroom, Gear, Army, Analog, US Army, United States Army, Hillsborough North Carolina


Holiday photo sale

  I am now offering Holiday Discounts on my color darkroom prints for sale in 3 sizes: 8″x10″, 11″x14″ and large 16″X20″. Each print is one of a kind, hand printed and signed by me. Go to photo print sale These prints make a great holiday gift!
Tags: Usa, New York, Kentucky, Boston, Virginia, Best Photos, Color, Sale, Photo sale, America, Darkroom, Holiday, journey in America, Kodak, Los Angeles, Prints