Tag: shoot-film

Why you should experiment with different films

Why you should experiment with different films Today we have a great guest article from Jeremy Greenberg. Jeremy has done a mini review of some of the more well known films that are available on the market and why you should have some in your bag. As fan of JCH, I was delighted to collaborate […]

Show us your film: Kickstart 2016

Show us your film: Kickstart 2016 2016 is gearing up to be a great year for film, with the Cinestill 120 funding (only $11,000 to go!) and other new releases coming later in the year. So here is a collection of outstanding film stashes for you all to drool over. Check them out. Jake Horn […]

Getting The Best Image Out Of A Toy Camera

Getting The Best Image Out Of A Toy Camera by Dan K Not a peep from Dan K in months, and then there is a flood of great articles. This time a few thoughts on Toy Cameras and how you can make the most of their limitations. Check it out. Most toy cameras are very simple […]

Get Featured: Carl LaMaitre

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Get Featured: Carl LaMaitre

Get Featured: Carl LaMaitre Carl shares with us a little project about how the earthquake in Christchurch NZ has changed the city and how the city has evolved since the devastation. Check it out. Christchurch “red zone” This was at the end of a round trip of the south island with my wife last year. […]

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 […]

Show us your film : The JCH Stash I was having a chat with Dan K the other day and we thought it might be fun to what what film people have in their stash. I know some of us have got ridiculous film stashes, so it might be fun to see them.

How to shoot film without getting a divorce by Paul Schofield Paul shares with us a fun little piece about photography and our changing lives, and spefically how to deal with a crippling film photography habit when you have a family to take care of.