Tag: kodak

Film News: CineStill 120 Film Campaign

Film News: CineStill 120 Film Campaign 2016 is gearing up to be an fantastic year for film, despite what Fujifilm did to us all. And now we have the chance to make it even better. The awesome guys behind Cinestill are gearing up for a second crack at bringing CineStill 800T to medium format. The 800T […]

FujiFilm Announces Worldwide Price Rise…Again!

FujiFilm Announces Worldwide Price Rise…Again! In a shock move, FujiFilm has announced price rises for all of its film, again. And when I say shock move, my tongue is most firmly jammed into my cheek. Yes, FujiFilm has done it again. But why? Imagine my surprise when I was reading PhotoRumors today and saw the news […]

Show us your film: Kodak glory

Show us your film: Kodak glory It is a out time, but I have finally got around to sharing some of the awesome film stashes I have received. Including an outstanding collection of classic Kodak film. Some of this stuff is truly drool worthy. Check it out. Patrick Kuhl Hello from Madison, WI. I finally […]

Show us your film: Mad Grain

Show us your film: Mad Grain A few more submissions have trickled in and these are lovely. A collection of lovely films and some images that were taken with them. Fantastic stuff. Come on, get involved and show us your film. Matthieu Deville After submitting a picture of my bags few months ago, I wanted […]

Film News: Kodak Alaris – What it means for you It has been an awful few years for Kodak, what with being the harbingers of their own doom by basically inventing the digital camera, horrible mismanagement, and a CEO who puts his greed before his responsibilities. So the news that Alaris is the new Kodak […]

Featured project, Iraq by Tom Welland Tom Welland has been featured on the site before and also contributed to one of the most popular articles that has been on JCH. Now tom has a series of pictures for us from what is a very unlikely tourist destination. Come and have a look at a different […]

Vest Pocket Kodak Autographic Recently a very dear friend and mentor was kind enough to give me a very beautiful camera as a touching gift. When I saw the box I didn’t know what it was, but once I opened it I soon got to see and learn a bit about this beautiful camera. So, […]

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.