Photographic film

4 Edition Artist Announcement – 9 Amazing Film Photographers – Analog Forever Magazine

Forever Analog Magazine is proud to announce that our fourth print publication (pre-order here) will be released and released for summer 2021. We are excited to bring you a unique journal featuring nine analog and experimental photographers from around the world, each exploring various methods of using the medium we …

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Fuji’s new Instax “contact print” film plus another malnourished toy camera, the Instax Mini 40

If you’re looking for a cheap point-and-shoot upgrade to Fuji’s latest inexpensive Instax point-and-shoot camera, the company will be happy to cover you just a few hours ago with the all-new setting of the Instax Mini 40 camera. Moreover, if you are missing the darkroom in today’s era of purely …

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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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A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Ilford film

Since 1928, Ilford has produced film photography products from its factory in Mobberley, England, although the company itself is much older. In this 18-minute video from Exploredinary, you can get an up-close and expansive view of how the film is made and hear from the scientists and workers who make …

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Behind the scenes of the making of Kodak film

Curious to know how Kodak makes its film? In this 8-minute video, Studio C-41 shows the process from the making of the original giant plastic rolls that eventually become film, to the finished product found on store shelves around the world. Although the demand for film has fallen dramatically over …

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Why You Should Shoot On Film In 2021

If 2020 has somehow given you an appreciation for tactile experiences and a slower pace of life, you might want to consider periodically leaving your digital camera at home in the new year and start capturing the world on movie instead. Here are some good reasons. Cinema connoisseur Jason Kummerfeldt …

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