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Lomography is both an analog-based film movement as well as a manufacturer of specialty products conducive to such an activity — these include the LomoKino 35mm stills-to-motion camera and the (successfully) Kickstarted Smartphone Film Scanner app/device. Lomography’s goods aren’t for everybody, or every project — but the company has some exciting news for the analog enthusiast in all of us, especially while production of 35mm film seems to be slowing down. Lomography will be releasing a new ISO 400 35mm color negative stock called LomoChrome Purple, inspired by the surreal quality of Kodak’s discontinued Aerochrome infrared stock — read on to check out the details. More »

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Tonaci Tran recently filmed a wedding on two RED EPICs. One of the main benefits to shooting at 5K is every single frame is a 14 megapixel still image. Overkill for a wedding? Sure. But part of RED’s entire strategy is for motion and still photographers to use one tool for both activities — you know, like an HDSLR. The difference between an HDSLR and a RED camera, however — other than the price — is there aren’t separate high resolution still/low resolution video modes. They’re one and the same, with the ultra high resolution of the RED EPIC allowing for full-resolution stills to be pulled. Here’s what the wedding footage looks like, in motion: More »