Recently, I had the opportunity to revisit Washington D.C. This time, I felt as though I was seeing the city through someone else’s eyes. I soon realized it was the lens of my Canon A1 that was forcing me to truly look and see the city around me.
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“Why do people still shoot with film?” Though I can’t answer for everyone, here are 10 reasons I still love to shoot with film.
If you haven’t shot on Lomography film, are you really shooting film? Lomography film has swept the world of film fanatics with its vibrant colors and spunky… Read more “Review: Why Lomography Film is the Next Best Thing”
For over 100 years, photographic film was the method for taking pictures. You couldn’t do it without film until digital arrived. While the technology of digital has… Read more “What Happens When Film Gets Old?”
What the heck is this Gather Box Spartan Photo Center has been talking about?? Well, we’re glad you asked! The Gather Box is part of our “Digitize to… Read more “What IS the “Gather Box?””
This ultra-speed black and white film is terrific for low-light photography or fast action. It excels in areas where flashes are “forbidden” and has a magnificent ability… Read more “Ilford 3200 ISO Film, It’s Not Just For Night time Anymore…”
Mark Twain is said to have said ” the news of my demise is quite exaggerated,” not for ole mark, but it is for film. C-41 color negative… Read more “We still process film, and print and scan and store and send and save and share and….”
Photo by Chris Ford, shot on Ilford XP-2 Drum roll please……..Wow. Ilford has really outdone themselves on this one. XP-2 is a fine,… Read more “Ilford XP-2 film – Black and White from Color Process Film”
With the abundance of smart phone apps replicating the vintage polaroid photo look, it’s easy to see that the analog style has crept it’s way back into… Read more “Instant Film is NOT Dead – Instax Will Make You Think Like It’s 1989”