|David Keller's Free Portrait Project||
The Free Portrait Project focuses on taking one honest B&W film portrait of anyone who wants one. For free or trade. The majority of my portraits have been free, but I have gotten lunch, guitar lessons, and my own portrait taken in exchange (to name a few things).
About David Keller
|10 examples of why Ilford film is awesome!||
I asked film photography fans on twitter why they love Ilford film. These are my favorite responses.
|11 people who love Kodak Tri-X!||
Who doesn't love Kodak Tri-X?
|The Fotokemika Project||
Fotokemika, a Croatian producer of one of the last classic silver-rich black & white films in the world.
Saving our cultural heritage!
Phase 1: saving the factory, the interior and all the archive
|Edinburgh Alt-Photo Festival 2013||
For more information enjoy the press release bellow or visit http://www.altphoto.co.uk/
|Featured Film Photographer: Vincent Montibus|
|The 4th Kind||
By Joseph Prezioso
Every film shooter knows about the three main film types, C41, BW and E6, but there exists a 4th kind of film: ECN2.
ECN2 is simply motion picture negative film. Both Kodak and Fuji make many types of motion picture stock that is used for most major movies and tv shows. If you want to get the look of your favorite movie, lets say Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” or one of Wes Anderson’s flicks, then you can. You just have to take a few extra steps in your film shooting process.
|I'm a film photography person||
I have been working on some conceptual ideas for a friend. I made this based something we were working on to promote her cat blog.
|The Ultimate Film Fridge||
I have seen the kegorator and I have seen this film fridge. Now, thanks to Tim Williams I have seen the ultimate beer + fridge. What does your fridge look like?
|52 Cameras in 52 Weeks||
Tim Williams is a film photographer based out of Niagara Falls, Ontario. In 2013, he will be shooting with a different film camera each week and blogging about his results.
I am excited to present you this sneak peak of the upcoming film photography web show Pdexposures.
Interview with Nate Matos founder of Pdexposures.tv
Hi Nate! I'm a big fan of your film photography themed youtube videos and your
|Happy 10,000th Roll Revolog||
Word on the street is that Revolog has produced their 10,000th roll of special effects film!
Have you used it and if so did you like the results?
For more info visit them on the web.
|Analogue in Suburbia: Photography as Desire and Dissent (NSFW)||
Photominimal is my nom d'art.
I am a Nashville-based analogue photographer who works mostly in the world of polaroid, instax, and medium-format. I took up model photography several years ago, after I moved to this part of the world, as a respite from suburban America.
|Capturing my world without a lens||
By Jana Uyeda
"Yeah, it's a Zero Image 6x9 pinhole camera that I bought on a trip to Portland this summer." I explain.
|Ilford Photo Launches Single Use Cameras||
ILFORD PHOTO introduce black & white disposable cameras perfect for party and wedding celebrations
There are 2 film choices available, each giving up to 27 exposures.
|What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann||
This is part one of a three part series about the life and work of renowned photographer Sally Mann. If you watch it through there is some incredible wet plate collodion work that will blow your mind.
|Shooting Long Exposures||
By Shawn Hoke
Shooting Long Exposures
I shoot long exposures using medium and large format film. I do this at night, because A) I’m too cheap to buy ND filters and B) I don’t have to worry about a blue sky appearing white on black and white film. Which I guess goes back to the filters doesn’t it?
|The DIY Film Machine||
What do you do when your favorite film stock is discontinued ? You make it yourself! These flickr images of a homemade film production line have been circling the internet for a couple of years now but I thought I would repost them because in light of current issues at Kodak DIY film production might be a necessity.
Check out an article from Cnet here.
The original photos here.
|Film Photography Podcast: Polaroid 8x10 with Mat Marrash||
Polaroid 8x10 is one of those film formats that is truely wonderful and unqiue.. It is hard to take an awful 8x10 Polaroida- even if you tried. Polaroid 8x10 film is hard to find but luckily for us The Impossible Project has begun to make it again. Enjoy this video of Mat Marrash taking an 8x10 Polaroid of one of the cutest cats ever.
|Do your pets join you in your love of film photography?||
My cat loves to sit on my film, my cameras and anything I need to have handy.
Do your pets join in the film photography fun?
|History of Photography, Modernism||
Enjoy this wonderful video talking about modernism and photography.
|The Art of Photography: Henry Fox Talbot|
|How To Fix Your Negatives||
I was just saying nice things about Nate Matos when I decided to check out his latest video. It is about fixing your improperly fixed film and #BelieveInFilm gets a nice shout out in the beginning.
|Using Iphone As Negative Viewer||
If you haven't seen this video by legendary vlogger Nate Matos you should check it out. Nate shows you how to use your iPhone as a negative viewer.
|Kodak Tele-Instamatic 608 and Lomography Orca 110 Film||
As a child of the 80’s I missed the 110 boom by several years, but I’m very glad it’s back. Not for any nostalgic reasons-- I just love tiny cameras. The pocketability, the absurdity of holding something so small up to your face in this age of glowing screens at arm’s length, and, of course, the results. You can imagine my excitement when the good folks at #BelieveInFilm held a giveaway for a Kodak Tele-Instamatic 608 110 camera and some first production run Lomo Orca black & white film. A couple of Tweets, a Facebook share, and a Tumblr post later I won!