Film News: CameraFilmPhoto interview
There is a new kid on the block. CameraFilmPhoto is an online shop specialising in film (and everything related). I spoke to the founder Vishal to find out more about CFP for you all.
Why do you love film?
I wrote this piece for the Kodak 1000 words blog, and it has been really well received, so I thought it would be good to put it up on here too. And if you go to the Kodak site and comment, you might even win some film and film cases. Cool huh?
Film news! – New film from CineStill
With recent great news from Ferrania, there is more good news on the horizon. A surprising film stock with very interesting characteristics. Come and learn more Continue reading
Film for the Digital Photographer – Cameras, By Dan K
Dan K returns with part 2 of this 3 part series on film for digital photographers. In this article Dan outlines film choices available for people just getting into film (and some for old hands too).
Shooting film for the next generation
An event in my life recently made me realize the importance of teaching the future generations about not only the history of photography, but the origin of a number of things that we use in our daily lives. It is all to easy for us to just pass this chance by and let the future generation only have the digital outlets for their creativity and lifestyles, but I feel that it is important to show them the legacy of what has gone before and to give them the choices that we have been afforded.
Dwayne’s Photo: The Story of Silver through the Medium of Film
Recently film maker Sarah George brought her kickstarter campaign to my attention. Sarah wants to make a film about film, on film. I think this is a worth campaign and definitely worth supporting. Please have a read and check out the campaign.
Developing colour film is not as hard as you think
Horatio Carney has been kind enough to put together a guest post for us about how to develop colour film. Admittedly the thought of doing this puts most of us in jitters. I have done it once in college and I messed it up. But Horatio insists it is not as hard as you might think. And to show us he has put together a very informative step by step process on how to develop colour yourself.
The Lomography Smartphone film scanner
Looks like Lomo have some big plans up their sleeves, by combining modern smartphone technology and portability with a film scanner they could be on to another winner.
A Film Shooter’s Guide to Film Part Three: Developing
Cosh is back. In part three of this great series he is going to explain to us the finer points of developing for yourself. So get your beverage ready and have a good read.