Photographic film

Best 35mm Film Cameras – Amateur Photographer

July 13, 2021 Whatever type of film camera you prefer, there is a 35mm version out there. John Wade explains the main options Has there ever been a film more versatile than 35mm? Available in black and white negative, color negative, or reverse color (slides and transparencies), just about every …

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Should Canon and Nikon start making film cameras again?

Given the growing interest in film photography, should Canon and Nikon consider making brand new versions of the AE1 or FM2 for today’s retro enthusiasts? Canon and Nikon both have a rich history, and with increasing interest in analog photography, now may be the time to update one of their …

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5 reasons to go back to the cinema

I came back to filming recently and couldn’t believe how different the process was. It’s not just about taking a photo without the live view screen, it really is a different world. A world you should explore if you want to improve as a photographer. Film photography has been around …

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5 images… Working with a C-41 film during my frugal film project (Konica VX 400 and a Canon AE-1 program)

It goes without saying that this past year has been difficult in more ways than one thanks to the pandemic and the restrictions associated with it. Nonetheless, it has also been a year of innovation and discovery – at least for me. I signed up this year for the Frugal …

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A film about award-winning macro photographer K Jayaram

“I want to document wild landscapes that are warping due to urbanization,” says award-winning nature photographer K. Jayaram and starts the conversation. “Trees have been felled to make way for roads and shopping malls, quarries and real estate have devastated natural resources in significant ways. I want to document beautiful …

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New Kosmo Foto Agent Shadow 400 movie promises beautiful black and white photos

Black and white film is an amazing thing because of its willingness to screw you up. Oh, you accidentally overexposed your movie by two stops because you forgot to change your camera’s timer settings? No problem. Or what if you have to shoot 400 to 3200 speed because it’s too …

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5 Frames … From my return to black and white film photography on Kodak T-MAX 100 (Format 35mm / EI 100 / Nikon N90 + NIKKOR 80-200mm f / 4.0)

I am located in La Ceja, a municipality 40 km from Medellín, Colombia’s second largest city in South America. For my return to the chemical process of black and white film photography, I dusted off my old Nikon N90 camera, which I used commercially in combination with the Nikon F4 …

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The Ultimate Mamiya Film Camera Shootout

Don’t you just love a good old fashioned photoshoot? Starting a new challenge is not only fun, but it’s a fantastic way to let your creativity run wild – you sink or swim. In Mamiya’s ultimate battle of banksi, we see three photographers competing in the streets of Sydney. The …

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My dream come true: the Kodak Eastman Double-X film now in 120 format. Available at CineStill for photographers for the first time in medium format …!

Four years ago, I began to wonder if a new film at the time, the Bergger Pancro 400, had done the impossible; gave me a BW movie that looked like my beloved Kodak Eastman Double-X 5222 in 120 medium format. It’s approached, but now, in 2021, how about trying the …

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