American Photography News for 3 Aug 2020
Today's tip is our 200! And we're very excited to bring it to you! We've been looking at what you've been putting into the search engine on our website and figured that we'd create this piece of... content just for you folks. There's lots of information online on how to make your digital photo look like a film photo. But not much has that film photo aesthetic when it's printed. And in fact, many of you were looking for just how to do something like this. It's a process that starts in the post-production stage and goes into the printing stage. So here's how you do it!
Vintage point and shoot cameras are be some of the funnest to shoot with. They are great entry points for photographers interested in shooting film but find more traditional vintage cameras to be... intimidating. As their name suggests, simply point your camera at your subject and shoot away. You won't have to worry about messing around with camera settings. If you're looking to purchase a vintage point and shoot camera of your very own, here are all the things that you should be mindful of.