Posts Tagged ‘digital harinezumi’

Toy Electro: A collection of lo-fi photography by Doctor Popular

“Toy Electro” is a new zine collecting some of my black and white lo-fi photography. All of the shots in this zine were taken on my Digital Harinezumi, an extremely low tech camera that has surprisingly charming results. You can see my Harinezumi review here: This Sunday I’ll be tabling at the SF Zine Fest, […]

Some Digital Harinezumi shots from 8bitSF

Last week was the big 8bitSF show in at the DNA Lounge in conjunction with the Game Developers Conference. Lots of talented bands (Bright Primate, Disasterpeace, Crashfaster, etc) on stage and chip music fans in attendance. As a personal challenge, I thought it’d be cool to capture some shots on my Harinezumi, which certainly isn’t […]

Zumi Week: Deconstruction

This week I’m posting a series of posts about the Digital Harinezumi. See them all here. Using an older model of the Digital Harinezumi (#2), my friend Jon and I decided to see what exactly these things looked like inside… and possible find some cool hacks. There’s very little info about the inner workings of […]

Zumi Week: “Everyday Theatre”

This week I’m posting a series of posts about the Digital Harinezumi. See them all here. I love how this video for David Phillips’ “Everyday Theatre” fits so well with the song. Using a Digital Harinezumi gives it a surprisingly 8mm look.

Zumi Week: Monochrome (High Res)

This week I’m posting a series of posts about the Digital Harinezumi. See them all here. Originally purchased for it’s weirdly saturated colors, it turns out I’m using my Harinezumi mostly for black and white shots now. Not only does the camera seem a little less low-res in monocrhome mode, the pixelation actually gives it […]