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My first roll… Kodak Gold 200 in an Olympus OM20 (35mm format, EI 200, Olympus Zuiko 50mm f/1.4)

After around 12 years of digital photography, I stumbled across film. I found myself coming away from the high contrast triggering photos everyone seems to be creating on digital these days (including myself). I had moved from DSLRs to micro four thirds and still found myself striving for something more creative and challenging. For that, […]

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Announcement: Kodak supply chain issues require a temporary change to all 35mm canisters effective immediately

Hot off the press from Kodak Professional: Kodak’s 35mm film canisters are undergoing a temporary change due to supply chain issues. The change replaces the black endcaps with silver-coloured caps and is effective immediately. Here’s how you can expect the updated canisters to look (unofficial photo from the Kodak Engineering Team): As a number of […]

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Taking Stock: A shootout with 3 very different color films highlights creative possibilities – Kodak Portra, Fuji C200 and Fuji Velvia 100

I recently acquired a Rollei 35 after dreaming about shooting with this ultra-compact camera and its legendarily sharp Carl Zeiss lens for many years. I was able to score a great deal on a lightly used “Made in Germany” variant at my local camera shop by trading in an old Canon A1 and 50mm lens […]

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5 Frames… Of my return to black and white film photography on Kodak T-MAX 100 (35mm Format / EI 100 / Nikon N90 + NIKKOR 80-200mm f/4.0)

I am located in La Ceja, a municipality 40 km from Medellín, Colombia’s second city in South America. For my return to the chemical process of black and white film photography, I dusted off my old Nikon N90 camera, which I used commercially in combination with the Nikon F4 in the last decade of the […]