In preparation for #BIFScale17, I picked up 5 rolls of Ultrafine Red Dragon 100.
Two weeks ago the first significant signs of autumn became visually present in the Netherlands.
A few weeks ago I got sent a package from Silberra in Russia. If you haven’t heard of them yet, it’s no wonder.
Je m’appelle Grégoire Huret, je vis à Paris et je fais de la photo argentique. Je prends presque exclusivement des photos en noir et blanc, et la plupart du temps des photos de rue.
My name is Grégoire Huret, I live in Paris and I practice 35mm photography. I take black and white photographs almost exclusively, and most of the time work on street photography.
I’ve been using Kodak Portra for about 5 years but wanted something more.
ILFORD Delta 3200 Professional is my favorite black and white film.
Kodak Ektar 100; it sounds so exotic and for me it delivers the kind of saturation that makes shooting colour film so fun, but without the reduced latitude that comes with shooting slide film.
My five frames were shot with a roll of expired 35mm Agfa Scala 200X at ISO 100.
The gear I used was a Canon F1n and a Canon 35mm f/2.8 FD lens and the film was developed in Kodak
Having done a ‘5 Frames With’ from a camera point of view already for Hamish at 35mmc, so doing another one from a film point of view just had to be done.
We have an annual ‘pilgrimage’ to the island of Lindisfarne off the coast of Northumberland in the UK and it’s a place that never disappoints.
Last year when my brother travelled to Vancouver, I gave him $200 to visit my favourite camera seller and told him, “Get me a camera, whatever the seller suggests, he knows me, he knows what I like.” My brother came
With great anticipation, I unpacked my order of 5 precious rolls of FERRANIA P30 ALPHA and ventured out to test this film.
These five photographs were shot with 35mm Rollei Retro 80s film using a Canon FTb and Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens. Retro 80s is an unusual film in a couple of ways.
I almost exclusively shoot on black and white film for the simple reason that I can develop and print it myself in the darkroom.
This film has very few of the attributes we generally associate with color reversal films, namely: fine grain and beautifully balanced vibrant colors.
This was from my 2nd roll of Lomography’s new Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400. I had shot my first roll in Malta and liked what it could do with colours.
Hamish Gill, resident crackpot over at 35MMC.com recently sent out a call for submissions for a new series of articles over on Twitter.