Enrico Febbo

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Even More Professional Photographers Who Still Shoot Film

In most professions out there, people who don’t swim with the changing tide tend to drown, which is why so many photographers out there are skeptical …

National Portrait Gallery

The Endurance: one of the greatest survival stories ever told

The Endurance<p>Survival against the greatest odds.<p>Ernest Shackleton had already made a name for himself as an intrepid explorer, having reached a …

Advanced Photo Enlargement Processing for Digital Photos

I have specialized in the processing and printing of digital photographs since 1997, and since 1999, have fine tuned that specialty to wide format …

Why I Stopped Using the DNG File Format

A couple of years ago, when I switched careers and moved into photography full time, I did a lot of research on multiple aspects of running a …

R3 Monobath Developer Lets You Process Your Film with One Chemical Bath

In March 2014, we reported that inventor Bob Crowley and his startup New55 were working on producing a new line of 4×5 instant film. That Kickstarter …

‘Art of The Italian Two Wheel’ - Stuart Parr

Imagine for a second that you’ve made it. Whether it be through sheer luck, hard work or divine skill, you’ve reached a point in your life where you …

What I Learned Processing 164 Rolls of Film After Waiting a Year

I recently stopped into the Costco in Mountain View, California with 164 rolls of Kodak Portra 400. You should’ve seen the look of the staff— it was …

Street Photography

100 More Years of Analog Film

We are FILM Ferrania and we are in the process of building a new kind of analog film factory in northern Italy. To be viable for the long-term, this …

Incredible Photos from the Decline of the USSR Look Decades out of Place

These images of a collapsing Soviet Union look like something straight out of my Great Grandmother's photo album, not something from the late 80s or …

Cold War

Escape Claws: Why Wolverine Had to Die for the Sake of Marvel Comics

The character finally proved himself to be mortal, but that doesn't mean he's gone for good.<p>Ms. Marvel is a Pakistani-American superhero born in the late 1990s whose real name is Kamala Khan. She’s a Muslim teenager who worries her observant parents when she sneaks out at night, which she does …

The Future Of The Future Of Books

Thoughts on Amazon, e-books, and the future of how we read words.<p>The year I graduated high school, the media was overrun with speculation about a new technology set to shake the foundation of the world. What was it? We weren't told, exactly. All we knew was that code name "IT" was so revolutionary …

Why Are So Few Books From the 20th Century Available as Ebooks?

... while the vast majority of songs are on iTunes and YouTube?<p>If you're looking to read a best-selling book from 1922 or earlier on your Kindle, you're in luck. Just about all popular books published between 1913 and 1922 (94 percent, to be exact) are available today as ebooks, often for free.<p>But …

Glenn Cornick, Original Jethro Tull Bassist, Dead at 67

Glenn Cornick, the original bassist for Jethro Tull, passed away August 29 at his home in Hilo, Hawaii. He was 67. Billboard reports that Cornick …

Disruption from the Medieval to the Digital World

One of the most exciting and interesting projects I came across during my time working with IBM was the digitisation of the Vatican Library. A great …

Wiley to Provide Emergency Access to Biomedical Literature to Aid Ebola Outbreak Relief Efforts

HOBOKEN, N.J., Aug 15, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- John Wiley & Sons will provide free access to biomedical literature in support of the Ebola outbreak …

British readers lost in translations as foreign literature sales boom

British readers are devouring foreign fiction in record numbers amid a mini-boom in translated novels, inspired by the success of Scandinavian authors such as Jo Nesbø.<p>Among a string of high-profile launches, Penguin Classics is soon to publish a collection of Arabic short stories, entitled <i>Tales of</i> …