Film can be daunting for some, but I find it is worth the investment of time and money, as long as you understand exactly what your expectations are from the medium.
There are a few reasons it's taken me so long to become comfortable with shooting Tri-X, and I thought it might be useful to share these, both so that I can understand my process more coherently (as with most
Update 2019-06-10:Fujifilm announces a return to black and white photographic film production with brand new NEOPAN 100 ACROS II, available Autumn 2019. The film photography community is once again up in arms about Fujifilm's latest raft of price
You wouldn’t believe the number of weird looks I get when I tell people that I am getting my four-year degree in photography.
Please be aware that some subjects and depictions in this story may be uncomfortable reading. I make no apology for that, but please go into this with your eyes open.
Kodak T-MAX 100 is undoubtedly the film I prefer after Tri-X 400 but despite this T-Grain appreciation, I have never been able to fully appreciate T-MAX 400.
If you boil a potato long enough; it will become soft. Boil an egg long enough and it will become hard.
Every time we pick up our cameras we probably take them for granted.
Hello, my name is Anil Mistry. I love messing with both film and digital cameras and I shoot lots of street portraits.
This article isn't on photography per se, it's about cameras, it's about our cameras.
My first film camera was a Mamiya c330 system TLR.
We're incredibly proud to bring you the first in what will hopefully be a new series of articles focused on providing a more educational look at certain aspects of film photography.
One Saturday in mid-October 2015 I decided to take a walk over to my preferred film lab and put some freshly developed black and white negatives in for scanning.