As spring is now among us, I have been diligently cleaning up my photo/office space. Among some gems of cameras items I found a book I had once been given as a gag gift: “An Approach to Photography.” “Imagine what this world and your life would be like without photography" The pamphlet book was "prepared […]
Getting re-aquainted with my 4×5 camera.
So, I’m finally finishing up my MA degree in Studio Art/Photography, and on November 8th, I am 1/10th of a BA/BFA/MA/MFA show. I’m still not 100% sure what will be included in the show, but I do know that this will be one of pieces. It will measure 24"x24" inches as a finished piece, and […]
So, I have had a roll in my Holga for a couple of weeks, and have slowly been making my way through it. I had initially thought I did something stupid, and forgot to take the lens cap off when taking the first couple of exposures on my film. Easily fixed, I reloaded the film, […]
Another super, super simple video i did for work on processing 120 film in a metal tank. (no sound on video). (Source: https://player.vimeo.com/)
Excitedly I am finally finished editing my Holga images from my recent trip to Tokyo, Japan and Jeju-do, South Korea! I took the trip over the winter, and photographed almost 30 rolls of film! About 8 of those rolls were images taken with my (hot pink) Holga. All rolls were on 400 iso speed film, […]
Well, today I found some good news in my Facebook feed. Lomography, the company that makes a whole lot of the cameras I own, published an article/interview about me and my work: To read the whole interview, follow the link: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2013/03/02/meet-photographer-and-lomokino-enthusiast-caroline-philippone?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=posting&utm_content=magazinearticlewithphoto&utm_campaign=socialmediatest …and just as a reminder, you can stay up to date with me on […]