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Make film developing less tedious with this DIY automated agitator
Developing your own film at home, especially black and white film, isn’t difficult. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a pain, but it’s not difficult….
You miss Kodak Aerochrome? This process helps you replicate it
Kodak Aerochrome was a unique film loved by many photographers to this very day. Sadly, Kodak discontinued it in 2009, and while new rolls are…
Ferrania releases P33 – a black-and-white 160 ISO film
Some old industry names started investing in film production again a couple of years ago. Ferrania was one of them, first releasing P30, a reinvention…
BlackScale Lab’s BlackBox 120 scans medium format film with your camera
The proliferation of desktop manufacturing tools like 3D printers and CNC machines has done a great deal for film photography. It’s allowed individuals to design…
This adorable LEGO retro camera set hits the stores soon
Photographers and children (children at heart included), LEGO has announced something just for us. It’s a new Retro Camera Creator Set, a 3-in-1 set that lets you create a 35mm film SLR camera, a retro video camera, or a retro TV. And all of them are absolutely adorable!
The comprehensive tech guide to pinhole photography
If you enjoy taking film photos (and want to try pinhole photography), you know the satisfaction you get from a film photo that you just…
Kodak finally launches Super 8 camera shown off in 2016 for 10x the price
Kodak might not always be quick these days, but it seems they get there in the end. In 2016, the company showed off a new…
Yashica teams up with I’m Back to resurrect its “digital film” dreams
In an unexpected – but not illogical – announcement, Yashica and I’m Back have announced they’re entering a new partnership. Exactly what this partnership will…
How to avoid six common mistakes in film photography: A beginner’s guide
Hello, film photography explorers! As you embark on your exciting journey into the world of film, it’s essential to be aware of some common mistakes that can trip up even the most enthusiastic beginners. But fear not! We’re here to guide you through these potential pitfalls and provide some handy tips to prevent them. So, let’s get in and turn those potential “oops” moments into successful “ah-ha” ones! You may want to check out this post about how to avoid shooting blank rolls too!