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South of Milwaukee, Shot on Film

1800 1207 Leah Damgaard-Hansen

Leah takes us on another journey, this time to Wisconsin in winter, where she makes a project of shooting trees (no matter the cost to her socks).

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The Sea Fog of Klitmøller, Denmark (Cold Hawaii) Shot on Film

1800 1013 Leah Damgaard-Hansen

In the small fishing town of Klitmøller, Denmark there is a phenomenon called havgus, unfathomably dense sea fog. Here it is, shot on film.

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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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Finding Stillness at Acadia National Park with a Kodak Retina and Kodak Film

1809 1018 Connor Brustofski

Kodak film loaded in a classic Kodak Retina, shot at the most magnificent national park in New England. Connor brings us on a journey of stillness.

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Shooting Lisbon with a Minolta SRT 303b and Kodak Ektar

2000 1125 Jeb Inge

Our own Jeb Inge visits sunny Lisbon, Portugal with a Minolta SRT 303b film camera and Kodak’s most vibrant film, Kodak Ektar 100.

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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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Christmas in Rochester with a Kodak Retina

2560 1440 Connor Brustofski

Equipped with a Kodak Retina and Ektar film, Connor explores the camera’s ancestral home of Rochester, New York, Kodak’s world headquarters.

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Sixty Days and Counting with a Pentacon Six

1968 1476 Jeb Inge

After years of wanting one and sixty days of shooting one, Jeb relates his thoughts on and experiences with the Pentacon Six.

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Fujifilm Klasse – A Hype-free Review

2800 1575 James Tocchio

Our hype-free review of the Fujifilm Klasse, a “premium” point and shoot 35mm film camera popular with the Instagram film community.

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Nearly Dead and Almost Forgotten – 127 Film Today

2800 1575 Jeb Inge

A brief history of 127 film, an overview of the cameras that shoot it, and whether or not shooting them is worth the trouble today.

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Searching for Heimat with Kodak Film and a Nikon N60

1981 1114 Jeb Inge

The German language is many things. It can be stubborn, demanding, exacting and rigid. It can also be strangely elegant and beautiful. Easy, it is not. It’s spoken in three countries, and its dozens of…

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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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Six Months with Kodak’s New Ektachrome

2800 1857 Josh Solomon

The magnitude of Kodak successfully rereleasing a film like Ektachrome is huge. It’s also a milestone that, frankly, many of us never thought possible. When the staff here at CP first heard whispers of an…

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Kodak Professional T-Max 100 Film Profile

2800 1575 James Tocchio

Kodak Professional T-Max 100 is my current favorite film. I’ve said the same in the past of Fujifilm’s Superia 1600 and Ferrania’s P30, two lovely emulsions that I love to shoot. But the former is…

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