Film Photography

Make film developing less tedious with this DIY automated agitator

Feb 28, 2024
John Aldred

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

Feb 28, 2024
Dunja Djudjic

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

Feb 26, 2024
Sagiv Gilburd

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…

How to get your hands on fresh Fujicolor Superia X-TRA 800 film in 2024

Feb 6, 2024
John Aldred

Fujifilm has killed off a lot of film stocks over the last decade or so. In fact, they’ve killed off so many that most photographers…

Adox announces a new color film for beginners – Color Mission Helios

Jan 30, 2024
Sagiv Gilburd

Adox delved back into film in 2017, just in time to catch the resurgence of film photographers. For quite a while since then, Adox only…

BlackScale Lab’s BlackBox 120 scans medium format film with your camera

Jan 15, 2024
John Aldred

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…

Watch: This is how Kodak made film in the 1950s

Jan 10, 2024
John Aldred

Not too long ago, we saw a three–part series from Destin Sandlin at Smarter Every Day showing how Kodak makes film. He visited their Rochester,…

OpenAutoLab is a complete DIY film developing solution

Jan 4, 2024
John Aldred

Many of us who shoot film have either developed our own film or have wanted to try it at some point. And for basic black-and-white…

The Filmolino SlideScanner is a film scanner you can build yourself

Dec 28, 2023
Sagiv Gilburd

You can get a good slide scanner from Kodak for about $179. It works well, but what if you don’t want to pay that much…

Polaroid Duochrome Black & Yellow is the first limited-edition film in 8×10 format

Dec 26, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

Polaroid has just released a limited-edition Black & Yellow Duochrome film, available in both 8×10 and 600 formats. You may wonder what’s so special about it. Well, other than it looks fantastic, the 8×10 Duochrome Yellow marks Polaroid’s grand debut of a limited-edition film in this larger format.