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 […]
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.
Revolog Films: A mini interview I was first made aware of Revolog film a while ago by the guys at believeinfilm and they interested me a great deal. I love the fact that some people are prepared to take their passion to new lengths.
Film photography is not dead There has been a bit of talk recently of the whole ‘death of film’. This seems to be an ongoing theme, and one that brings out all sorts of emotions. But I really don’t believe it is dead.
How to develop your B&W films at home: A beginners guide by David Bromley David Bromley has been kind enough to write us a nice little guide about how easy it is to develop at home. This is not the first one featured on the site, but you know what, you can never have too […]
A Film Shooter’s Intro To Film Part One: Buy A Film Camera by Cosh JCH has a new guest writer. Cosh is a photographer and a writer and he has very kindly agreed to share some of his musings with us on JCH. I hope to have regular features from Cosh. So let’s get to […]
Cool photography tattoos I met up with my friend Mijonju today and he had something very cool to show me. He got an awesome new tattoo that is based on photographic film. It got me thinking about photography tattoos, so I decided to write a little bit about it.
#Believeinfilm is the resource for all things film I am very happy to be able to feature a little interview with Gordon Boddington, the man behind the wonderful Believeinfilm.com website, possibly the best resource for film on the web,
Hong Kong Camera Hunter – Film in HK So, as you may know I have been on a trip to Hong Kong to research a bit more about the photography and camera scene in this amazing city. There is an awful lot going on, so I am going to break it into parts. This first […]