I’ve always wanted to try black & white film. So these shots come from my very first B&W film. I had actually no idea about which film should I use.
Last summer I returned to Scotland for the second time in my life. I still keep the negatives of my first time (1985), some irregular Kodak Tri-X rolls but with some great images.
I live in North-East Lincolnshire in the UK and was raised in the coastal town of Cleethorpes, a once glorious Victorian seaside resort whose star has now largely faded.
I’ve have had a roll of Kodak EKTACHROME Infrared EIR in my fridge for a year or so now. For those of you that don’t know this is a colour Infrared slide film (E6 processing, #SayNoToXPRO).
The images in this series are abstracted Houston landscapes, shot on 35mm film.
It is said that landscapes should be shot with, at the very least, a medium-film camera.
The photos presented here are made with my workhorse setup: my Graflex Speed Graphic, Schneider Symmar 210 f/5.6 convertible, and J. Lane Dry Plates.
I was recently reading Daphne Schnitzer’s interview and one of the many materials she uses is Harman Direct Positive Paper (DPP).
I’m a latecomer to film photography, but have been working hard to catch up. After reading a lot about CineStill’s products, I recently…
At first, I didn’t get the hype but I really respect Dan Ko’s opinion when he said he would buy any Konica Waiwai at the silliest price he could find.
On August 21, 2017, thousands of people converged on Alliance, Nebraska, as one of the prime Solar Eclipse viewing locations in North America.
Up until recently I wasn’t one for instant photography at all, I’d tried it with an Instax but that had been for a specific project that had petered out and never really gone anywhere.
I have lusted after a Hasselblad XPan for a while, but the prices have gone through the roof to the point where I simply can’t justify one.
It must be 30 years since I’ve used ILFORD FP4 PLUS, of course, it was plain FP4 in those days (I stopped using it before the PLUS arrived in 1990).
The Agfa “Gevabox” box camera normally takes 6×9 images on 120 film, has two shutter speeds and two apertures (mine is the later 1955 version).
My choice for black and white film has always been Kodak T-MAX, so when the news broke the new/old T-MAX P3200 version was coming back I was excited.
I’ve been working in the main business district of Paris, La Défense, for more than a decade. Nevertheless, it took me coming back to film a few years ago to start exploring the neighbourhood.
Looking back on the track for a little green bag (a little green box of film actually ☺).
After deciding to take a city break in Rome, Italy – together with my mother – I knew immediately what camera and what films I would take with me.
I was lucky to have good weather and the sun on
I shot this roll during a visit to Hull in the United Kingdom.