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Welcome to the ninth in my series of quick compact 35mm camera reviews. Over the coming weeks, I’ll be publishing a total...
Halfway through... six months in already? How did that happen... didn’t we just start? Actually, we are settling into our routine but the bloom is off the rose...
Both these little cameras get a lot of love and I think they deserve it.
Welcome to a fresh instalment of my "...this is why I shoot film" series!
Kentmere 100 is a cheap film when you compare it to
I've known today's interviewee online for a few years now, and even had the pleasure of meeting her back in 2018*.
We all do things as photographers from time to time that make us look back and think "What was I thinking?". In January I was on a road trip with the family to see the stunning sunflowers in
Using reversal film for flash photography is not the most obvious choice but there are a few characteristics which make using Kodak's new Ektachrome E100 for flash photography very interesting.
I have owned my Olympus Trip for several decades but have never taken it seriously, until lately.
2002 was a funny time for film cameras.
Surprising as this may be but ILFORD XP2 SUPER is currently my favourite* general-purpose black & white film.
Merry Christmas to everyone celebrating today!
Rustic fishing piers and floating docks, colorful fishing boats, and historic buildings are ideal subjects for film photography.
Lunch Shot on Kodak ColorPlus 200 at EI 200. Color negative film in 35mm format. Olympus XA. More samples here.
I managed to grab some time with Lee Gavin, an English film photographer and teacher based in Kent, UK. Over to you, Lee. Hi Lee, what's this picture, then? Memory - Fuji Fujicolor 200 LG: Having always been fascinated
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.
Last summer I returned to Scotland for the second time in my life. I still keep the negatives of my first time (1985), some irregular Kodak Tri-X rolls but with some great images.
I've have had a roll of Kodak EKTACHROME Infrared EIR in my fridge for a year or so now. For those of you that don’t know this is a colour Infrared slide film (E6 processing, #SayNoToXPRO).
And this is where my journey of home developing begins! After a couple of disappointments - in rapid succession - of the work of some photo labs, it was time to take full responsibility for all the loosely cut last