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    Quick Guide to Black and White Photograp...

    Introduction For many beginner film photographers, black and white photography is the first step as black and white film is generally easier to work w...
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    Photography Tips – Motion Photogra...

    Motion Photography There are countless situations in film photography where motion plays a role. As such, there are a few motion photography tips and ...
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    35mm Film

    Since the 1960s, 35mm film has been the most popular film size. While the quality of 35mm film cannot match that of larger film sizes, the ease of use...
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    Black and White Film Types for Film Phot...

    There are a number of black and white (b&w) films available for 35mm film cameras and medium format film cameras that can still be found in stores...

Your Rights as a Street Photographer

While out in public taking photographs you may find someone giving you a funny look or even approach you to ask what you’re doing. In general, you have the right…

What Is the Best Film to Use?

Most beginner’s to film photography have the same question when starting – “what film should I use?” If you poll any number of film photographers you will receive varied answers…

How to Clean Film Negatives

Storage for film photography can always be an issue if you’re an active photographer. And film negatives are susceptible to dust or mold if not properly stored. Negatives should always…

Tips for Street Film Photography

Street photography is exactly what the name implies, taking film photography of real people (strangers) going about their lives. However, street photography isn’t nearly as simple as it sounds. Unlike…

How Film Photography Can Improve Your Digital Photography

With the ability to shoot hundreds of photos and instantly see the results digital photography certainly has it’s appeal. Plus, digital photography is more accessible and affordable than ever. But…

The Last Roll of Kodachrome

In 2009, Kodak announced that production of it’s Kodachrome film (a color slide film develped with the now defunct K-14 process) would cease. Famed photographer Steve McCurry, who often used…

Film ISO Was Not Set Correctly in the Camera

A common issue with beginner film photography is forgetting to correctly set the film speed after loading in a new roll of film. If you find yourself making this common…