Learn Film Photography
We tried digital once.
But it didn’t work out.
We started out as journalists and fell in love with film back when it all started to die off. Since it’s hard to find good information online, we’ve had to learn it all the hard way. Now we’re dedicated to becoming one of the best, fastest-growing film photography blogs on the Internet, so nobody has to learn the magic of film the way we had to!
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We’ve made a thousand mistakes so you don’t have to
Learn how to get the best results when shooting film. Our favorite film stocks, books, cameras, lenses, and inspiration.
Tried and true guides to developing film. From using the right developing chems to the tools and techniques that make film unique.
Scan & Print
Darkroom setups, tips and tricks, scanning, and alternative processes that’ll make your images stand out on Instagram
Have you struggled to take good Polaroid photographs? Here are my top 7 methods for creating better Polaroid photos every time.
The MiNT Flashbar II is a fantastic for SX-70 shooters who want to take better portrait photographs. Even with the downsides, this flashbar is a great solution for instant photographers who need perfect exposures.
What is a Polaroid camera could have easy to control manual settings and a flash sync port? The MiNT SLR670 camera is a nearly perfect camera for instant film shooters.
There’s a steep learning curve for shooting the images on black and white film. In this guide, we’ll get into the tips that made my images stand out in B&W.
Here is every way to use Polaroid 600 film in an SX-70 camera, along with all the benefits and trade offs of each method.
Here’s what you need to know about the differences between SX-70 and 600 film. This results of this test were a huge surprise to me.
The Polaroid SX-70 is iconic. It’s been used by thousands of photographers to create incredible images for years. But is it worth buying today?
Here are the best solutions for safely disposing of your film developing chemicals. Fixer and most developers must be disposed of properly so that they do not harm the environment.
After using the Polaroid Go for a month, I have to say that the image quality and metering of this camera are subpar, making it one of the least useful cameras on the market.
Here’s where to find out which film developing chemicals can be reused, and how to store and dispose of those that cannot be reused.