rpx 25

The Rollei RPX series is, in my opinion, film that never seem to get enough love. It’s easy to see why. The market is somewhat saturated with black and white film, with options from the major players like Kodak and Ilford as well as plenty more from smaller niche manufacturers like Bergger and Film Ferrania….

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rollei retro 80s

Ah it’s so damn sunny outside now. Everyone is taking out their linen sheets and wearing their shorts. Great time to be learning sunny 16, too. And because it’s so beautiful out, we thought that perhaps it’s now time to start shooting more slow films, like this weeks film Friday, Rollei’s Retro 80S! We’ve covered…

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fuji velvia 50

This week’s film Friday will be one of the craziest and most special films currently on the market today that all of us hope will NEVER be discontinued in our lifetimes. Yup, it’s our favorite camera reviewer Ken Rockwell’s favorite film of all time, its Fujifilm’s Velvia 50! When people say that no digital camera…

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Film Friday this week will be a classic that we all love so dearly, and its Kodak’s Kodachrome colour positive slide film! Kodachrome has been around for a long time, as it was one of the first truly successful colour processes . The film as we know it today was first introduced in 1935, being…

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rollei superpan 200

Do you like contrast? Do you like punch? Do you want to feel like one of those Japanese street photographers from the 80s and 90s? Are you shooting Ansel Adams-esque landscapes? Do you want to record farmland and vegetation from your small aircraft? Then Rollei Superpan 200 is for you. Rollei Superpan 200, as its…

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Kodak Gold 200

Remember the good old days, when the word Kodak was synonymous with photography? When Kodak used to throw money at events, when photo vendors would be flashing their Kodak jackets, when you used to capture your Kodak moments in your Kodak camera and get them printed at Kodak printing stations on Kodak paper? Beau was…

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FERRANIA P30

Imagine yourself at Lake Garda in the summer of 1961, in your red Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider, just relaxing by the side of the road. You take your Persols off and stare off into the distance at the small boats sitting on top of the water, with the vacationing crowds visible below by the lakeside….

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Kodak T-max 400

Kodak T-Max 400. It’s pretty damn good. A more modern take on the oldie but a goodie that is Tri-X, it’s sharper, more contrasty and more expensive because there is more technology injected into the film base. If Tri-X is like an old Buick Roadmaster, then T-Max 400 is like the Buick Reatta (seriously, it…

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Last week we talked about pushing and pulling film. This week we’ll be talking about another fun technique you can experiment and have fun with. What the heck is cross processing? So you know how there’s colour negative and colour positive films? Colour negative films, such as Kodak Portra or Ultramax needs to be processed…

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