How to Load and Unload 35mm Film

First, you need to open the back of your camera by pulling up on the rewind knob to release the latch. Next, take your film and insert it into the camera by pulling up slightly on the rewind knob. Then, push the rewind knob down part way to hold the film in place. The right-side Read more…

Digital Camera Menus

Listen to this, twice bake lavostock pot, buffalo mozerella basil and pine nuts souffle a terin of duck hand ham, hock and rabbit with cranberries, with spiced pear fueling smoke salmon with suede goats cheese ice cream and a seeded tweel sounds pretty interesting doesn’t it but you don’t need it all, and just like Read more…

Old Pentax Lenses on New Pentax Cameras

This video shows you how to use older Pentax lenses that are manual with newer Pentax cameras like the K-30, K-5 II and K-5 IIs. The camera in this demonstration is a K-5 IIs, but the menu and the procedure is the same for the K-30. First you want to make sure that your camera Read more…

How to Use a Pentax K-1000 35mm Film Camera

Hey, Jon here with Prime Studios and in this video I’m going show you how to use the Pentax K-1000 SLR film camera. Now in my personal opinion, this is the absolute best camera that you can use to learn photography. This isn’t any Pentax K-1000, this is my Pentax K-1000 that I got when Read more…

The Kubrick Files Ep. 3 – Kubrick’s Cameras

In photos of Kubrick on set and in his daily life, you’ll quite often find him holding a camera. He got is start as a photographer, but after he transitioned into filmmaking, he would still shoot photos. Kubrick was a bit of a gear-head and had strong feelings about what he thought was the best Read more…

The BEST Film Camera to Buy Right Now

Jay: Today, we’re gonna take a look at film cameras, and what we suggest if you’re looking to buy a film camera, and, kind of, some ideas which ones you should get and applications, right? Kenneth: Yeah. I mean, the great thing about film is there are so many different cameras at so many different Read more…

“What camera should I buy?” – The 4 types of camera

so this is my fifth attempt of doing this video first time I did it wasn’t particularly happy with it so we shot it second time was happy with it but then introduced the t-shirt and the green screen so redid it again then before I could finish that I scrapped the green screen so Read more…

Street Photography Part 3 – Candid

there’s always something going on on the market isn’t there? Driving a bus through here can’t be that fun. in the other two street photography films i hope that I’ve got you used to be in a public place and taking pictures. In part one it was about not worrying if people come up and Read more…

Focal Length Explained 1 – Don’t just zoom – MOVE!

Quite often when you go out shooting with your camera you’ll probably see a scene that you think’s interesting; frame it up a bit and then zoom around with your zoom to try and get the composition that you want, but there is a much better way of doing things than this. If you consider Read more…

Photography Tips – Backlighting – an Introduction

another way you can go against conventional wisdom is to shoot against the light this is called back lighting I’ve got a rim, a halo running across my shoulders through my hair and down the other side, it’s called a rim light this is caused by back lighting and it’s making it extra decorative i Read more…