If you’ve been following our camera adventures over the years, you know of our Camera Speed Dating blog. We occasionally still find a different camera in our possession or friends to try out, though we have slowed down a bit. We love sharing our results with these different, sometimes curious or tricky cameras though, so…

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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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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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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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Kodak Ektachrome E100

Film Friday #19: Kodak Ektachrome E100. The first E-6 slide film or colour positive we are featuring, it is Kodak’s gorgeous Ektachrome. Admittedly, it might be the wrong season for such a difficult film to master, but considering this is our last chance to get it at its current price (which is no doubt still…

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It’s the one you’ve all been asking for, it’s the one everyone wants, it’s the film that has been carrying film photography for a few years now, it’s Kodak’s Portra 400!!! What can I say, people love this film. The most often quoted reason for this is how it looks… The T O N E…

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Testing out cameras and subsequently, croissants (because we always need a snack while traversing the city trying out cameras) has become a way of life for Nicole and I, all because of the variety of cameras pass through the store. Everything from odd little ones to “higher end” sought after ones – we always find…

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Kodak’s T-Max 100 is probably one of the most overlooked films currently on the market and honestly, we’re not so sure why. Yes, it might be a bit pricier for a 100 speed black and white film, and most people do shoot colour. But even among all the black and white films currently available, T-Max…

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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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