Tag: 35mm-film

Show us your film: Long time no see

Show us your film: Long time no see It has been a while, in fact it has been a year since the last feature. That is not to say the film scene has been bad, not at all. In fact I have simply been too busy. But I have had some submissions, and they are […]

Film News: Flavr

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Film News: Flavr

Film News: Flavr Flavr is the brainchild of Gustav Kollar and is an excellent visual resource for film lovers and shooters. Flavr stands for Film Lovers Analogue Reference. Gustav has clearly put a lot of work into this lovely project. Show your support and get your hands on this wonderful book. My name is Gustav Kollar […]

Film News: The Hillvale Cube

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Film News: The Hillvale Cube

Film News: The Hillvale Cube How cool is this? When I first saw it I couldn’t tell what it was until I saw the telltale signs of film canisters. Hillvale Photo in Melbourne has been very busy indeed. So busy that they crushed up 50,000 empty canisters and turned it into a work of art. […]

Why you should experiment with different films

Why you should experiment with different films Today we have a great guest article from Jeremy Greenberg. Jeremy has done a mini review of some of the more well known films that are available on the market and why you should have some in your bag. As fan of JCH, I was delighted to collaborate […]

Film Love: Fujicolor Industrial 400

Film Love: Fujicolor Industrial 400 A great little guest article, reviewing the fantastic Fuji Industrial film. Tommy Chong tells us a bit more about this underrated film. And it just goes to show, Fuji can get things right when it wants to. Fujifilm’s Fujicolor Industrial is something of a rare treat. It is made for […]

Jerome Arfouche lays it down for us Here is the second installment of ‘The Medium’ by Jerome Arfouche. In this piece Jerome will go over why he chooses film, and how it shapes his work. Don’t forget to comment. Tell us how you feel about this subject.

The future of film?

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Does film have a future? And if it does, how long have we got? Now then, before you all just down my throat about film vs digital and all that malarkey, this is not a debate about that. They both have their merits and demerits, so let us just leave it at that. This is […]