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Over the past two years, I’ve been pouring everything I had emotionally, physically, and financially into a staged photography series I call “Buffalo Soldier”. My project is...
Whenever I go out shooting with film, which seems to be a lot these days, I take my trusty Nikon F2 and the 50mm F/1.4 AI-S. Can I just say that this camera is a bit of a beast?
In mid-December 2018, I released a call for questions for the latest EMULSIVE Community Interview, this time with the folks at CineStill in Los Angeles. You obliged and here are the results.
This article pits Kodak's medium format Portra 400 against CineStill's 800T in a head-to-head.
A while ago I was involved in a Twitter conversation about what scene from a movie you wish you could have shot yourself, or wish you could replicate.
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I had a roll of CineStill 800T in my fridge waiting for a special occasion. I was going home from work one day and I could see a promise of fog in the air.
There's some very exciting news coming out of CineStill today in the form of an announcement of new powdered film developing chemistry and manufacturing updates for all new film. As I've noted on social media and this website before
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.
It’s time to introduce the latest in this series of EMULSIVE Community Interviews, this time we're going one-on-one (one-on-two?) with the Brothers Wright, the brains and brawn behind CineStill Film - Cinema film for Still cameras.
So I decided it was time to experiment with Cinestill 800. I got myself some rolls of 35mm and 120. My weapon of choice was my ever trustworthy Minolta Autocord with its 75mm Rokkor lens.
Dear Benice, If I'm not in a big city in Asia shooting Cinestill film, am I really doing something right? Gudni ThorinorinssonSlushland Dear Gudni, Thank you for getting in touch with your concern, shared by many I’m sure.
Monobath film developers feel like the in thing for 2018.
Available on backorder today starting at $99.95 and shipping from 10th October 2018, Cinestill's ºCs TCS-1000 is a compact home film development device created to enable anyone to very accurately control their water/chemistry temperature when developing film. It might
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a fierce advocate for film.
The left of right Shot on Rollei Infrared 400 at EI 400 Black and white negative film in 4x5 format Graflex Speed Graphic, Graflex Optar 135 f/4.7 Developed in Cinestill Df96 monobath
When Cinestill reintroduced their BwXX 250 film stock, I was intrigued and bought a roll immediately. Like their other film stocks, BwXX 250 is movie film re-engineered for still cameras.
The tungsten aesthetic really is my thing.
I'm a latecomer to film photography, but have been working hard to catch up.
Hot off the press: there's a new black and white monobath developer from the Brothers Wright over at CineStill - CineStill Df96 Monobath - and it's available to buy this very minute on their website as a 1-Liter kit at