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will guide you to unexpected methods of filmphotography, stunning experiments and artistic approaches. Those posts will contain tips for improving certain shoot techniques, on how to take advantage of the film you are currently using and how to get to know more about your cameras. All this for you to achieve the best result possible.


Developing My Own Film

And how it almost ruined my love for photography but first I’m going to let you in on a little secret. You don’t need to develop your own film to be a real photographer. You don’t need a Leica M6 to be a legit street shooter. You don’t need to shoot only Portra to be serious.

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An Ode To My Frst Film Camera

They say you never forget your first love. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was walking through my local thrift store, hunting for buried treasure, when I saw a large, brown leather case over by the purses. 

The Blackbird, Fly Toy Camera

The Blackbird fly, a 35mm TLR toy camera. Originally available in Japan only, now you can order them on online stores like Amazon as well as a few other shops like Urban Outfitters. So why a 35mm TLR? Why not.

Film Washi S

Film "S" is a slightly orthochromatic film (up to 620 nm) used by motion picture professionals for sound recording.

If you want to test and see the results this film produces click on the link below.

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