Tag: film-photography

What’s the point of film?

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What’s the point of film? By Paul Schofield Paul Schofield is back with another article. Following on from his ‘what’s the point in taking pictures‘ article, Paul now ponders the question many wonder. What is the point of film? Well, let’s see shall we?

5 Films to shoot with in 2014

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5 Films to shoot with in 2014 by Stephen Dowling Stephen shares with us another article, this time about films worth shooting whilst we can still get them. There are a few more I would add to this list, so I might have to put together another post about this topic soon. In the meantime, […]

Film project: Introspective by Daniel Zvereff Recently Daniel got in touch with me to share his work, which was shot entirely on some of the last Kodak Aerochrome infrared film left in the world. And I really think he has done the film justice. A great project, shot on film…what could be better? Check it […]

Film process and why you should know it, by Tristan Parker Tristan has written for JCH in the past, with a great piece about changing your perspective. Now he is back with a piece about film process and how it can help to improve your photography. A nice little introduction to film process for beginners […]

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