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Film Photo By:  David Rose (recathect@gmail.com)“Grimes Canyon”...
Film Photo By:  David Rose (recathect@gmail.com)“Grimes Canyon” Pentacon 6 TL | 50mm Flektagon lens | Portra 800Insta: @recathect                                                                                                                               

Film Photo By: Morgane Erpicum Reflection work in Iceland...
Film Photo By: Morgane Erpicum Reflection work in Iceland (Stokksnes Peninsula).Shot on Portra 400 with the Olympus 0M1(n) in November 2016.Developed and scanned by Carmencita Film Lab.Website : www.morganeerpicum.com & IG: @morganeerpicum

New: Complete Guide to Available Color Film in 2018
It’s time to brush up on your color! Over the years color film has had its ups and downs, with...

Kodak T-Max 3200 is coming back!
Kodak Alaris Revives KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film: Multi-Speed B&W Film to be Available...

Istillshootfilm: Architectural Photography: An...
Istillshootfilm: Architectural Photography: An Introduction Architecture nerds and lovers, this one’s for you! Whether you just want to improve your city shots or are thinking of specializing in architectural photography, our latest Premium Guide, “Architectural Photography : An introduction” has got you covered. Going beyond the usual approach, it aims to help you understand not only the “how” but also the “why” of an architectural photograph. Featuring a thorough description of the basic techniques and equipment choices, as well as venturing into the aesthetic and philosophical questions involved, it provides a solid first step towards better architectural pictures. Download it now for $3.99 Be sure to head over to our Downloads page to check out more premium guides!

Film Photo By: Mike Plumridge Peace in the skyShot on a Canon...
Film Photo By: Mike Plumridge Peace in the skyShot on a Canon AT-1 with Kodak Ultramax 400 film

Film Photo By: Julia Beyer Constellations IIIPolaroid SX-70...
Film Photo By: Julia Beyer Constellations IIIPolaroid SX-70 Sonar, film type: Impossible 600 film

Guide to Black and White Film
Ever wondered which black and white film you should use, and in what situation? In our latest...

Film Photo Series by: Troyce HoffmanThe American WestCamera:...
Film Photo Series by: Troyce HoffmanThe American WestCamera: HolgaFilm: Kodak Tri-X shot with a red filter, pushed to 1600Trocye on shooting film for this series: “While Europe has thousands of years worth of ancient cities and temples, America has its great canyons, mountains, forests, and deserts; these are our great wonders. They are the great equalizer in our country; they belong to both rich and poor serving as a vast communal backyard. They are a testing ground and recreational paradise for generation upon generation of Americans. They can be cruel and unforgiving while simultaneously full of beauty and wonder. At a time when their future is in question it is imperative to understand how important they are to the American population and what a devastating loss it would be to have the purpose altered.Our public lands are one of this countries greatest treasures; millions of acres of forests, rivers, deserts, and parks. The majority of this acreage lies in the American West where they have become deeply intertwined with the local population, they are our tie to the wildness of our past, they humble, and teach us to have respect for the natural world. Once again their fate is on rocky ground and to lose them would be to lose a large part of our national identity. This project was started 6 years ago when I was given a Holga camera as gift, without thought I started bringing it along on all my trips around the west. Slowly over time I found myself shooting more and more with only the Holga. The lack of control was incredibly liberating, no longer was I focused on gear in these wild places. With its limitations I slowly found out what type of light, compositions, and landscapes worked best. All the photos are taken with Kodak Tri-X film with a red filter that is then push processed to ISO 1600, this combination I feel creates a very dramatic effect that conveys the raw and unforgiving nature of the land. I am a northern California based photographer specializing in documentary work. My journey began over a decade ago when I picked up a camera to satisfy a college art requirement. Shortly after, I quit school and took off to explore the world photographically. After five years of uncomfortable bus rides, bed bugs, and the same three shirts, Ie opted for a change of pace and moved to Truckee, California. Since moving to the mountains, the American West has been my subject of interest from the vineyards of wine country to the deserts of the Southwest.All images were taken on the public lands of the west with a toy Holga camera.”

Film Photo By: Jewan Runhaar Twickel, Delden. After quite a few...
Film Photo By: Jewan Runhaar Twickel, Delden. After quite a few visits to this location spread over about 2 years, I finally had the exact conditions I was waiting for, with some early autumn mist to fill in the bright bit in the middle and to soften the look and get a smaller SBR.Shot on a Chamonix 045N-2 with a Nikkor-SW 90/4.5@f32 on Fomapan 100Instagram: @jerufo

Film Photo By: Ranil Herath Tree HouseNikon FM2N with Nikkor...
Film Photo By: Ranil Herath Tree HouseNikon FM2N with Nikkor 50mm f2 ais lens, Kodak Tri X 400Flickr

Film Photo By: @parukykFast pace to new yearMinolta x300,...
Film Photo By: @parukykFast pace to new yearMinolta x300, Lomography color negative iso100

Film Photo By : Max FasnachtFall in the forestNikon FA, Kodak...
Film Photo By : Max FasnachtFall in the forestNikon FA, Kodak Portra 400

Film Photo By: ValdooooDark, rainy but beautiful...
Film Photo By: ValdooooDark, rainy but beautiful Norwegian forests.  Pentacon Six, Kodak Portra 160nc.

Long Exposure Photography for Beginners: A Guide
I Still Shoot Film presents our very first premium guide: Long Exposure for Beginners. Whether you...


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