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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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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Nikon EM 50mm f/1.8

January 20th 2021. Wednesday. 2:35pm. Beau Photo Supplies – Meghan: Recently we got in some new black and white film from Rollei that we had not seen before so Nicole, Mustafa and I set out to all shoot a roll. I also decided it was about time I tried out the only Nikon camera I…

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Winter is coming. It’s getting dark sooner. Without the high ISO capabilities of digital sensors, what or how will we ever shoot in low light without having to spend a million dollars for a fast lens? Enter Kodak’s T-Max P 3200. Quite the drastic jump from T-Max 400. Don’t let the name fool you, the…

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A lot of people may not have heard of Kodak ProImage 100. Kodak only started marketing it in North America and Europe about 2 years ago, but the truth is, it’s been around longer than that. It is only sold by Kodak in 5 packs (although we do sell single rolls!) and the packaging has…

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The 1990s was a different time, full of hope and optimism. The Soviet Union collapsed, the cinematic masterpiece Ghost was released, the Oslo Accords was signed, the Spice Girls became a worldwide phenomenon, and Fujifilm came out with the Superia line of consumer photographic film. Fuji’s Superia line of consumer film have long been a…

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