Monthly Archives: February 2021

20 CineStill Film Photographers You Must Know! – Analog magazine forever

CineStill 800T is the only film designed for still photographers specifically designed to capture beautiful color images under limited “tungsten” incandescent light. Originally known as Kodak Vision 3, a motion picture film used by today’s top directors and filmmakers including Steven Spielberg, Wes Anderson and The Coen Brothers, it was …

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Dismantling of the only Graflex 35 mm film holder ever made

Disassembling the only 35mm film holder designed for Graflex cameras isn’t something you have to do every day. Sixty years ago, a photographer had a clear need to shoot 35mm on a Graflex 2 × 3 ″ SLR and he wasn’t going to wait for the market to catch up. …

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How to digitize photos, negatives and film slides

Although we live in an age where everyone has a camera in their pocket and digital cameras have never been more accessible, chances are there will be a box of negatives or slides from a previous generation at the bottom of a cupboard. After all, not so long ago the …

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Taking pictures of UV films with a Hasselblad medium format camera from 1987

My name is Pierre Louis Ferrer, and I am a French professional photographer specialized in photography beyond the visible for ten years now, including infrared and ultraviolet techniques. I spend a lot of my free time reading, experimenting, testing and discussing with experts in various fields related to these techniques. …

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