Every Article We’ve Ever Written – by Date

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

2000 1125 Guest Author

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

1920 1028 Guest Author

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

2000 1506 Guest Author

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

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Female Photographers to Follow – August 2021

2000 1125 Danielle Wrobleski

Danielle Wrobleski is back with her monthly list of five female film photographers you should be following right now!

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Five Favorite Photos – Imogen Cunningham’s After Ninety

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

Juiet shares five favorite photos from Imogen Cunningham’s After Ninety, an unflinching photographic exploration of old age.

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Argenti Scale-X Black and White Film Review

2000 1125 Sroyon Mukherjee

Sroyon has created an in-depth review of an uncommon (but beautiful) black and white film – Argenti Scale X. Check it out!

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The Story Behind the Mask – Guest Post by Adil Sheikh

2000 1125 Adil Sheikh

Guest author Adil Sheikh shoots Spain with Kodak Portra and Tri X, and ruminates on life, travel, and photography in a post-Covid world.

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Single Shot Stories No. 004 – Peter Toshe

2000 1326 Guest Author

Our latest Single Shot Story comes from Peter Toshe and features a hilarious photo of what he calls “a hero of modern times.”

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Graflex Graphic 35 Review – Made for These Pages

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Graflex Graphic 35, a compact and affordable 35mm film rangefinder camera, the kind of camera for which this site was made.

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Single Shot Stories No. 003 – Tom Raymondson

2000 1600 Guest Author

Our latest in our Single Shot Stories comes from Tom Raymondson, whose shot of an old Kodak advert plucks the nostalgia heartstrings.

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Chincoteague with a Rolleiflex and Kodak Portra

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

A visual feast of pastels and beach tones results when Juliet takes a Rolleiflex to Chincoteague, an island off the coast of Virginia.

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A Love Letter (and Apology) to my Minolta AF-C

2000 1125 Mathieu Lamontagne-Cumiford

The Minolta AF-c is a tiny point-and-shoot film camera from the ’80s. Its sharp lens and compact form factor make it a great everyday carry!

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Fujifilm X-E4 Review – Rekindling my Relationship with Digital Photography

2000 1125 Clayton D'Arnault

Fujifilm’s latest XE4 is a digital mirrorless camera with a simplified user experience and impressive performance.

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Redscale Film in ECN-2 and Trying Several New Things at Once

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

Juliet shares her experience shooting and developing redscale film, with a bit of a think about trying new things in photography.

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Minolta MD 28mm f/2.8 Lens Review

2000 1125 Sroyon Mukherjee

Sroyon reviews the Minolta MD 28mm F/2.8, a lens which doesn’t typically get much praise among classic lens lovers.

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The Minolta Dynax 9 is More Camera Than I Need – Review

2000 1125 Connor Brustofski

Minolta’s final pro-spec swan song is one of the most advanced SLRs ever made, and more than Connor needs in a camera.

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Five Female Photographers to Follow – July 2021

1903 1070 Danielle Wrobleski

Danielle Wrobleski curates another list of five female film photographers you should be following right now!

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The Rolleiflex Old Standard – the First Rollei to Shoot 120 Film

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

Juliet reviews the Rolleiflex Old Standard, the first Rolleiflex TLR film camera to use standard medium format film.

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Canon Multi Tele Review – For Love of a Form Factor

2000 1333 Rich Stroffolino

We review the Canon Multi-Tele, a point and shoot 35mm film camera that’s capable of shooting in both full frame and half frame!

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Negative Supply Launches Kickstarter for New Light Meter

2000 1125 Jeb Inge

Negative Supply, the company responsible for some of the newest film scanning products announced this week a Kickstarter which will bring to life a new handheld…

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Mamiya Sekor 55mm F/1.4 USM Lens Review

2000 1125 Albert Silver

Albert Silver reviews the Mamiya Sekor 55mm F/1.4 fast prime universal screw mount lens on film and digital cameras.

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You Don’t Need to be Good at Photography

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

Need to feel inspired? In today’s article, Juliet reminds us that you don’t need to be good at photography to enjoy photography.

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The Large Format Film Portraiture of Sarah Stellino

2000 1125 Danielle Wrobleski

I discovered Sarah Stellino back in late 2020, and I instantly fell head over heels in love with her large format portrait work. So much so…

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If a Lens Vignettes But Nobody Sees It, Did It Really Vignette?

2000 1125 Matt Wright

Matt Wright of Leica Lenses for Normal People vents his thoughts over the phenomenon of lens vignetting, and questions if it matters…

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All You Need To Know About Fuji C200 Film

2000 1125 Tamara Saade

Looking for an affordable color film? Look no further than Fuji’s C200 – the cheapest color film on the market and a solid performer.

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Film Review – Agent Shadow 400, A New Film from Kosmo Foto

2000 1125 Jim Graves

We shoot Agent Shadow 400, a new film from Kosmo Foto as the film’s Kickstarter campaign creeps toward its funding goal!

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The American Northwest through Mary Randlett’s Lens

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

Our newest writer Juliet chooses and discusses her five favorite photos by Mary Randlett, who captured the mood of the American northwest.

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Single Shot Stories No. 002 – Jacob Downey

1326 746 Guest Author

Jacob Downey shares a special photo and the story behind making it in today’s Single Shot Story, our community-driven photo series!

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Rediscovering the Color of Life on Isla Bonita – by Isaac D. Pacheco

2000 1125 Guest Author

Guest author Isaac D. Pacheco shares his thoughts from a trip to photograph the life (above and below water) of Belize’s Isla Bonita.

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All You Need to Know About Kodak ColorPlus 200 Film

1544 868 Tamara Saade

A quick look at Kodak ColorPlusk 200 film, an inexpensive color film that’s perfect for beginners and film photography enthusiasts alie.

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A Day at the Beach with the Canon Sure Shot A1

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Canon Sure Shot A1, a cute and capable point-and-shoot 35mm film camera that’s submersible to 15 feet!

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The Leica TL (I Trust You, Baby)

2000 1125 Dario Veréb

Dario reviews the Leica TL, an elegant 16MP APS-C digital mirror-less camera that debuted in 2016. How’s it stack up five years later?

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Learning to Use a Rangefinder With the Canonet QL17 G-III

2000 1125 Aidan Bell

After two years of only using SLRs, Aidan dips his toe into the pool of rangefinder cameras with Canon’s Canonet QL17 G-III.

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Staying In the Moment with the Nikon Lite Touch AF (a 28mm Point and Shoot)

2000 1125 Clayton D'Arnault

“Damn it. This guy declined my offer again,” I say aloud with disappointment. “Oh really?” says my soon-to-be wife. “Hey, can you help me finalize the…

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Five Female Film Photographers to Follow – June 2021

2000 1125 Danielle Wrobleski

Danielle is back with her monthly curated recommendations of another five amazing female film photographers to follow!

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Photographing Southern Poland with a Nikon F4 and Kodak Ektar

2000 1125 Jeb Inge

Escaping from the pandemic monotony, Jeb goes to the mountains of southern Poland with a camera and camping gear.

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