Every Article We’ve Ever Written – by Date

REVIVAL, a Documentary About the Resurgence of Film Photography, Funding on Kickstarter

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There’s a new project on Kickstarter, a documentary called REVIVAL, which will spotlight artists shooting with film in the 21st century.

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Is a Photograph Worth a Thousand Words? – By Lukas Flippo

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I stayed. Staring at the world of Winogrand, the America of the 1950s and 1960s, realizing that I didn’t have answers…

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The Ten Best Electronic 35mm SLR’s Ever Made

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After seven years of shooting classic cameras, we’ve compiled our list of the ten best electronic SLRs of all time.

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The Canon AV-1 is a Better Canon AE-1 (For Me)

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Canon AV-1, a camera that’s often described as “a Canon AE-1 with aperture priority mode.”

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Argenti Nanotomic-X B&W Film Review

2000 1125 Sroyon Mukherjee

Sroyon is here with another thorough film review, this time focusing on Argenti Nanotomic X, a respooled microfilm for 35mm cameras.

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Mausoleums on Film with a Hasselblad – Interview with Octavia Sharp

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Danielle interviews Octavia Sharp, a film photographer who shoots stunning studies of mausoleums with her Hasselblad.

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Single Shot Stories No. 009 – Alistair Hamilton, Bath Cat

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Everyone likes cat pictures, right? How about if they’re made with a Nikon F2 and 55mm f/1.2? Shot in 1987? Even better.

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A Mississippi Cemetery and a Shattered Glass Plate – by Lukas Flippo

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Every time we visit my grandfather’s grave, my dad makes a joke. “You know why they have fences around cemeteries? Because people are just dyin’ to get in!”

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Reviewing My Time with the Konica Hexar RF

2000 1125 Drew Chambers

Drew reviews the Konica Hexar RF, a 35mm film rangefinder camera that blends manual and automatic functions in an interesting way.

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The Mamiya Watcher A is a 35mm Film Surveillance Camera Built Into a Clock

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James has been the victim of a heinous theft. In today’s article he uses the Mamiya Watcher A to capture the criminal.

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Yes, The Camera Matters

2560 1707 James Tocchio

James gets all introspective in this (admittedly self-indulgent) article about what really matters when we use the camera.

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In Japan, Digicams are the New Film – Guest Post by Johnny Yokoyama

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I’d like to introduce a new photography trend. Welcome to the exciting world of “Digicams.” Wait! Don’t roll your eyes just yet!

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Our Most Popular Posts of 2021 (and Thank You!)

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In 2021, more than 3 million of you visited my website. That’s wild! Thank you! Here are the most popular posts that we published in 2021.

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Interview with Film Photographer Danica Thomas

2048 2560 Danielle Wrobleski

Danielle interviews Danica Thomas, a photographer shooting exclusively with 35mm film, about her journey and process.

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Shooting the Nintendo Game Boy Camera 24 Years Later

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James’ new Analogue Pocket retro/modern handheld gaming device prompts him to reconnect with the 24-year-old Nintendo Game Boy Camera!

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Minamata Movie Out Now, Leica Q2 Reporter Edition, Nat Geo Photos and More / the Weekly Photo News

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Minamata movie news, Leica releases a new Leica Q2, Nat Geo photos issue, and more in this week’s photo news roundup.

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Enjoy Our Ten Most Popular Posts About Minolta

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Do you love Minolta cameras and lenses? Then have I got an article for you!

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Finding Perspective with the Nikon Nikkor 28mm F/3.5 AIS 

2000 1125 Hemant Chatterji

Hemant discovers the affordable wide-angle Nikon Nikkor 28mm F/3.5 lens, and shares his journey away from the standard 50mm focal length.

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Fujifilm XF 27mm f/2.8 R WR Review – The Goldilocks Lens

2000 1125 Clayton D'Arnault

Clayton reviews the Fujifilm XF 27mm F/2.8 R WR, a weather sealed pancake lens for Fuji’s X Series mirrorless cameras.

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Leica M11, Hasselblad Masters, Kodak Disposable, and More / Weekly News Roundup

1392 644 Jonathan Wu

The weekly photo news roundup for December 10th features the Hasselblad Masters, a Kodak disposable camera, and much more.

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Single Shot Stories No. 008 – Jarrod Hills, Asian Wok

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Jarrod Hills contemplates and captures the things we lose to unrestrained gentrification in today’s Single Shot Story.

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Single Shot Stories No. 007 – Chris Lonardo, Car Fire in Dumbo

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Our latest Single Shot Story comes from Chris Lonardo, whose photo reminds us that we should always carry a camera.

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Pogo 35mm Focus Free Camera: One Roll Review

2000 1125 Sroyon Mukherjee

Sroyon reviews the Pogo Click, a typical 35mm film toy camera with a basic mensicus lens.

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Interview with Kali of Evertender Studios

2000 1125 Danielle Wrobleski

Our latest interview, this time with Kali, who makes psychedelic photos of southern California with experimental, expired, and special films.

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The Nikon Series E 75-150mm f/3.5 – The People’s Telephoto Lens

2000 1125 Josh Solomon

Josh reviews the Nikon Series E 75-150mm zoom lens, a low-priced lens with solid performance and serious utility.

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Instant Camera Buyer’s Guide for the Holidays and 2022

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

We profile every instant camera you can buy today, including Fuji’s Instax series and Polaroid models, just in time for holiday shopping!

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The Mamiya M645 as my First Medium Format Film Camera

2000 1126 Aidan Bell

I’ve been using cameras for half my life and I felt like I knew my way around any basic system, until I discovered medium format. The…

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Fujifilm Announces the Instax Mini Evo, a New Digital Instant Film Camera

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Fuji’s latest Instax camera, the Instax Mini Evo, is a new film/digital hybrid camera with a lot of interesting features! Coming Feb, 2022.

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Single Shot Stories No. 006 – Adam Dorius, Millcreek Fire

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Our latest Single Shot Story comes from Adam Dorius, who captured one serious conflagration with their Nikon!

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Nikon Lite Touch Zoom 70 WS Point and Shoot Film Camera Review

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Nikon Lite Touch Zoom 70 WS, a point and shoot 35mm film camera from the year 2002 (one of the last compacts Nikon made).

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Haystack Heroes – a Charity Project Zine by Tommaso Carrara

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For my very first trip post pandemic, my girlfriend and I decided to spend ten days in the North Isles of Scotland at the end of…

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“A Choice of Weapons : Inspired by Gordon Parks” Coming to HBO and HBO Max on November 15th

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There’s a new film coming just under a week from today, focusing on Gordon Parks and his enduring legacy.

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Lomography LomoChrome Turquoise Film is Back!

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Lomography has just announced the return of LomoChrome Turquoise film in 35mm, 110, and 120 formats! Available for pre-order now.

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Worried About the Rising Cost of Film Photography? Here Are Some Ways to Cope

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Film prices have risen year on year, and they’re set to rise again in 2022. Here are five ways to cope with the rising cost of shooting film.

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Nikon Finally Wakes Up, Releases Juggernaut Z9

2000 1125 Jeb Inge

Remember the days of the Nikon 1? It was just ten years ago, but also a lifetime. A literal lifetime as the mirrorless marketplace as we…

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Kate Miller Wilson on Large Format, Electric Shocks and Photographing Family

2000 1125 Danielle Wrobleski

Kate Miller Wilson is an unbelievably talented large-format photographer, often capturing her family and daily life on black and white film. She was a major inspiration…

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Negative Supply Releases Entry-Level Medium Format Scan Carrier

2000 1125 Jeb Inge

It’s been a productive year for the folks at Negative Supply, and this week they announced a new product that should make photographers looking for an…

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Tripods, Lights, Grips, and Straps – Product Roundup October 2021

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Product Roundup for October 2021, and we’re looking at a beautiful strap, a nice tripod, a Leica grip, and an amazing LED array.

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The Fragile Beauty of the Nikon FA

2000 1125 Josh Solomon

Josh reviews the fantastic and fragile Nikon FA, that company’s most advanced manual focus SLR 35mm film camera.

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The Keystone Everflash XR308 and My First Time Shooting 110 Film

2000 1125 Dario Veréb

Dario brings us on a lo-fi journey to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea with a Keystone XR308 110 film camera.

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Chinatown is Empty – Shot by Yameen on Lomography and Ferrania Film

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Yameen, today’s guest writer, brings us along to photograph San Francisco’s Chinatown with Lomography film, a Mamiya 7 and a Nikon L35AF.

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Nikon FE2 – (Almost) My Favorite Nikon SLR

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Nikon FE2, one of the best manual focus 35mm film cameras with aperture priority semi-auto mode.

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The Beauty of Pen y Fan on Kodak Portra

2000 1125 Charlotte Davis

Charlotte brings us (and their Olympus XA4 loaded with Kodak Portra) on a hike for charity through the Welch countryside.

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10 Less Popular Film Photography YouTube Channels to Follow

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Here’s a wonderful curated list of ten (less popular) film photography YouTube channels that you should follow today!

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Talya Adams – Interview with the Photographer

2000 1125 Danielle Wrobleski

Talya Adams is a film photographer, writer, and artist who documents her film photography journey on YouTube.

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What I Learned Shooting My Vacation on Film

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Some lessons are learned the easy way and some are a bit more painful. Here’s everything that I learned shooting my vacation on film.

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Lyndsey Hansen – Interview with the Photographer

2000 1125 Danielle Wrobleski

Danielle interviews Lyndsey Hansen, a film photographer who makes gorgeous portraits and otherworldly film soup compositions.

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The Nikon One Touch Zoom or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Point-and-Shoot

2000 1125 Josh Solomon

Josh reviews the Nikon One Touch Zoom, an “anonymous” point and shoot 35mm film camera that’s heightened his appreciation of the class.

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Kodak Reflex II Review – A Rollei Competitor at a Tenth the Price?

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

Juliet reviews the Kodak Reflex II, a contemporary of the Rollei TLR which makes beautiful photos at a tenth the price.

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Single Shot Stories No. 005 – Paul Hoppe, Beware of Train

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Our latest Single Shot Story comes from Paul Hoppe, who ruminates on the paths that life can take.

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