Paris is my favourite city for photography and I go there as often as I can. For shooting film, I like to take my smaller film bodies.
I first bought this film to try Cinestill out as a brand. I was really curious about the company because of the concept of using movie stock film to create still photographs.
Rustic fishing piers and floating docks, colorful fishing boats, and historic buildings are ideal subjects for film photography.
Hamish Gill, resident crackpot over at 35MMC.com recently sent out a call for submissions for a new series of articles over on Twitter.
I started "5 Frames With..." with Hamish over at 35mmc.
Reading EMULSIVE reminded me that I'd shot my first roll of film in 1961, when, as a young boy, I’d bought a very old Kodak box camera from a village jumble sale with my pocket money.
On a hot summer day in 2018, I made my way to the area around City Hall in Buffalo, New York, USA. This is one of my favorite places to shoot film, particularly for architectural images.
You'll no doubt know two things about Kosmo Mono film; first is the packaging and branding are great. Inspired by the artwork of Soviet era propaganda, it features blocky, simple designs of space rockets and jet planes.
I have always found the look of black and white infrared photographs intriguing and really wanted to try it myself.
I purchased this camera through Gumtree because it came with some great accessories (Minolta Auto 320X Flash, the Hanimex lens used here, a Makinon MC f/4.5 80-200mm zoom, Minolta auto winder and various filters!) and, it was an excellent
These five frames are very special to me because are part of the very first black and white roll that I developed for myself.
I have been photographing with film for many years, and also doing macro photography with digital cameras.
I first experimented with infrared film back in the late 1970's, really enjoyed the color shifts using various filters, it gives you a sense of painting with film, having control over the exposure and light as all exposures are
I have to start with saying of late my taste in colour film has been changing.
Aside from the fact these photos were taken in the streets, they stray far from traditional street photography.
Here is an introduction to a local festival that may surprise you! And a camera that I have not mentioned before, although it is featured in my contributor’s portrait: My Fuji GA645Zi.
I don't remember exactly when or where I first learned about the Kodak Aero Ektar lens, but I immediately knew that I had to have one! Mine is mounted an Army Air Corps Speed Graphic.
Pinhole photography has a unique charm expressing a kind of slow-down photography for me in this fast moving modern digital world.