Film Photography

Articles about film photography. Learn how to load 35mm film, how to fix common camera errors, how to develop film, and much more.

In the film category we cover 35mm film, 120mm film, black and white negative film, and color negative film along with a variety of cameras including: Nikon F Series Cameras, Mamiya and Medium Format Cameras, Polaroid, Pentax, and others.

We also have film comparisons and reviews to help you learn about various analog film stocks that you might like to work with.

Kodak Visitor Center Opens in Rochester, New York

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Photo: © Eastman Kodak Company This week, Kodak announced the Kodak Visitor Center in Rochester, New York. This physical location was created to ‘celebrate Kodak’s far-reaching impact on science, technology, culture and the accomplishments of its employees – past and present‘. Learn about Kodak’s history through interactive exhibits, historical artifacts, and fun events Visit the Ugly

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Developing B&W Film Using Cinestill DF96 Monobath Processor

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Earlier this year in June, Cinestill announced their new developing solution for black-and-white film – DF96 “Developer&Fix” B&W Monobath, Single-Step Solution. This incredible new product claimed that it would be able to develop your black-and-white film negatives using one solution and it would only take 6 minutes or less. Well, good news – Cinestill wasn’t

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What is an Albumen Print?

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Similar to tintypes, albumen prints were one of the early methods for creating a photograph in the 1850’s and throughout the early 1900’s as well until they were phased out. Albumen prints were the first of its kind to be commercially used and a relatively effective way of producing a photographic print onto a paper

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