Are you a fan of lo-fi photography? Just love creating one-of-a-kind, unique art pieces and shots with your Polaroid, plastic and pinhole cameras? Then you just might enjoy this book by Adam Bronkhorst, published by Chronicle Books. If you’ve been looking to take your photography even farther, learn a few new tricks or get some inspiration for an upcoming project, this book could be for you.
“The camera revolution has begun! This hip how-to volume will help lo-fi photographers take their shooting to the next level, be it with Polaroid, Diana, Holga, pinhole camera, or many more beloved analog favorites. In 35 fun and imaginative projects, users will learn dozens of unexpected and beautiful techniques, from cross-, push-, and hand-processing to experimenting with film speeds and film types, bleeding images, and using multiple exposures and lenses. Illustrated with striking shots from lo-fi aficionados and organized by technique, this easy-to-follow guide—with simple step-by-step instructions and handy tips on camera quirks—will inspire plastic camera pros and enthusiastic beginners to point and shoot in a whole new way.” $18.95 at Chronicle Books.