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 […]
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 […]
Developing your own film doesn’t have to be complicated New JCH guest contributor Nam Tran has been kind enough to share with us his technique for home developing film. I know a lot of people want to try it but don’t know how, so this is a very easy to follow guide on how to […]
Buy film not megapixels Now I don’t normally do this, but I thought I would write a little post about the awesomeness that is the ‘buy film not megapixels’ range from Gradeselect.
Jerome Arfouche with another article about film Guest writer Jerome Arfouche is back with another piece, part 3 of The Medium. This time Jerome tells us why we should be developing our own film. Please comment and tell us what you think.
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 […]