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Film Stock Review: FPP RetroChrome 400 (EASTMAN EKTACHROME High-Speed Daylight Film 2253) – by Simon King

FPP RetroChrome 400 is the name given to a stock of 35mm Kodak EASTMAN EKTACHROME High-Speed Daylight Film 2253 (PDF datasheet) that expired in 2004 and is bulk loaded and sold by the Film Photography Project. The film was apparently very well cold-stored, meaning that it is still very useable without needing to change anything […]

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Good news: Kodak’s film business grew 21% in Q3 2019

A simple bullet point in Eastman Kodak Company’s November 7th Q3 2019 earnings press release brings good news for film shooters everywhere. Kodak’s film business is up 21% year on year in Q3 2019: “Revenues for the Company’s film business grew 21 percent year-over-year for the year to date.” Naturally, the “film business” noted here […]

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EMULSIVE interview #208: I am Bex Saunders and this is why I shoot film

Today’s EMULSIVE interviewee is none other than multi-award-winning, internationally published photographer Bex Saunders. Over to you, Bex. Hi Rebecca, what’s this picture, then? Southampton, Lomography Color Negative 400, 35mm RS: This is a photo of a shop that I pass when using a rail replacement bus service. I had always assumed the shop was abandoned […]

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5 Frames… Of the French Alps on Rollei Infrared 400 (EI 25 / 120 format / Fujifilm GSW690III Professional)

On a recent trip to the French Alps I decided to try and shoot some infrared-sensitive film for the first time. I live in Central Scotland and we haven’t seen many ultra-sunny days this year… I decided to take the Fujifilm GSW690III Professional because the quality of the Fujinon 65mm f/5.6 lens is just stunning […]