Film Profiles

Eastman 2366 ISO 6 Blue-Sensitive B&W Film Review

2000 1125 Sroyon Mukherjee

Sroyon reviews the unusual Kodak Eastman 2366, an ultra-low ISO film that’s particularly sensitive to blue light.

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A Belated and Lukewarm Take on the Discontinuation of Fuji Pro 400H

3000 1688 Jeb Inge

Now that the dust has settled, Jeb shares a few of his thoughts on the discontinuation of Fuji Pro 400H.

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Winter Explorations with a Pentax LX and Kosmo Foto Mono Film

2000 1125 Charlotte Davis

Charlotte shares her wintery day shooting the seaside with her Pentax LX and Kosmo Foto Mono black-and-white film.

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How to Expose Both Sides of 35mm Film to Create Stunning Images – Video

2000 1125 James Tocchio

In this video feature, Dave Carulli shows us how to expose both sides of a roll of 35mm film to create stunning images.

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Battle of the Fujifilm 800s – Venus versus Superia X-Tra

2000 1125 Charlotte Davis

Charlotte compares Fujifilm Superia X-Tra 800 to Fujifilm Venus 800, two discontinued high speed color films (available in limited supply).

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My Experiences with Kodak Ektar 100

1800 1013 Aidan Bell

I’ve always sought to try something new almost every couple of weeks to keep photography interesting. With digital photography, something “new” was usually expensive gear, or a strange technique, or a new lens. When I…

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Shooting a Twenty-Year-Old Roll of Kodak Supra 100 Film

1800 1012 James Tocchio

James shoots an expired, twenty-year-old roll of Kodak Supra 100, an ultra-fine grain, high saturation color negative film.

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All the Kolors of the Rainbow – Revolog Film, a Pentax LX, and Pride

1800 1012 Charlotte Davis

Charlotte shoots Pride with the Pentax LX and Revolog Kolor film, an experimental color negative rainbow splashed 35mm film!

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Ghosts of Portra Past – Shooting Kodak Portra 400 VC and 160 NC Today

2560 1440 Drew Chambers

Drew shoots, compares, and muses over Portra 400 VC and Portra 160 NC, two formerly-loved and famously dead films from Kodak.

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Ilford XP2 Super – The Film That Saved My Photography

2800 1575 Charlotte Davis

Charlotte remembers her first experiences with Ilford XP2 Super, the most accessible way to shoot black-and-white film today.

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I’ve Got a Fever and the Only Cure is Konica VX200 and a Canon T90

2800 1575 James Tocchio

I shot a roll of Konica VX200 on a blisteringly hot and exceptionally windy beach. I had a virus-induced sickness. I nearly died. Here are some photos from that roll.

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Taste the Rainbow – Charlotte’s Adventures in Alternative Color Film

2500 1406 Charlotte Davis

Charlotte shoots some wild color film and tells us all about it in this rainbow-flavored writeup.

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Where Have All the High ISO Color Films Gone?

2800 1575 Charlotte Davis

For my thirteenth birthday I was given a Canon Sureshot 105 Zoom camera and a booklet explaining, among other things, how to load the film, frame a photo correctly, and shoot without getting your fingers…

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A Look Back at One of Polaroid’s Last and Best Films – Chocolate 100

1920 1080 Cheyenne Morrison

Remember that girlfriend or boyfriend from your youth? That really special person that you still find yourself dreaming about long after you’ve gone your separate ways? That’s how I feel about Polaroid Chocolate 100 film.…

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