Film News: New Cinestill 50 ISO Daylight Xpro C-41 Film
CineStill have been very busy bees lately, what with their Kickstarter (which still needs support) and the release of the BWXX film, things must have been crazy for them. Yet they found the time to bring another new film to market! Check it out in another JCH exclusive.
Film News: Ferrania needs you!
As some of you may recall, I did a little interview with Ferrania last year about them bringing their film back on to the market. A year passed and everyone was wondering what had happened. Well, the people at Ferrania had been very busy overcoming all kinds of obstacles to bring their film to us. And now they are nearly there. But they need our help, and here is how we can do it.
Film News: JCH Exclusive – Cinestill 120 is coming!
Boom! It has been a hell of a week for film news. Firstly we had the CineStill bwXX exclusive on JCH, which sold out in under 24 hours! And then the announcement from Leica of a new film camera. And now, the news you have all been waiting for…120 800T film from CineStill. But they need our help. Check it out.
Film News: The Leica M-A
You cannot have missed the news that Leica released a new film camera. So here are my thoughts on it.
Film News: New Lomography Cine200 Tungsten film
This week Lomography released a ‘new’ film. Well, I say new, it isn’t really new. But still, this is good news, right?
Film News: Washi Paper Film
Recently I was contacted by Lomig Perrotin about a type of film that he has been working on. Lomig has created Washi Paper film to bring us a fascinating and different method of shooting film. I got to ask him a few questions about it. Check it out.
Film News: Adox Interview
Jesse Struyvelt of The Film Foundation recently got the chance to talk to Mirko Boeddecker of the Film manufacturer ADOX about the future of film. And they were kind enough to share this with the readers of JCH. Check it out.
JapanCameraHunter Brand Film
I have had an idea, but I would like your feedback.
Why I Shoot Film
John Kossik shares with us his thoughts on shooting film and gives us a science lesson in the process.