Learn Film Photography
Building Community, and teaching Eco-Friendly Film and Print Development
There’s a joy with film photography that just can’t be replicated with digital cameras. It’s not just the color or the feeling of film that keeps us coming back to analog photography. But it’s the tangibility of the medium, the fact that this is a process made and changed simply by the way we interact with it. Digital imagery can be copied, printed, and published millions of times over, but a negative is a unique, 1-of-a-kind object that could not be recreated by anyone else. Seeing an image appear before you in the darkroom is akin to magic, and we want to share that with as many people as possible.
Daren, the founder of LearnFilm.Photography, is a working wedding, nature, and landscape photographer in Vancouver, BC. He runs the photography business St. Laurent Photography, and also co-founded a photo book publishing company called Soft Grain Books.
A Verified, Up-to-Date Source of Information
The Internet is absolutely rife with misinformation. But there are still plenty of trustworthy voices out there with some amazing resources, tools, and techniques. Learn Film Photography is going to bring all our tried, tested, and true methods we’ve used to create our favorite film results. We’ve made just about every mistake in the book, but sucking at something is the first step towards getting kinda good at something, right?
We’re creating tools and advice for eco-conscious film development and printing methods. And we’re publishing inspiration from the best photographers, professionals, and enthusiasts keeping film alive. If you’ve got a story, we want to hear about it! Send a PM to our Instagram, or join us on Facebook. Another way you can help us out is to support us on Ko-Fi, or check out the latest zines at SoftGrainBooks.com