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How Store Your Negatives Correctly

How Store Your Negatives Correctly

When you choose to start shooting film, you automatically sign yourself up to some important admin that comes with it. You need to store your negatives correctly and please, for the love of God, don't ever throw them away! The negatives are your hard copy, the absolute reference to the...

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What Is Polaroid Film?

What Is Polaroid Film?

In a nutshell, instant film or Polaroid Film is a type of film that develops itself in a matter of minutes. You take the picture, the film slides out of the camera, and voila, you have your photo (after a minute or so). Instant film dates all the way back to 1947 and since then, Polaroid...

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What is 35mm Film?

What is 35mm Film?

Also known as 135 film, 35mm film is the most widely used format of film within analog photography and has been since it’s invention in the late 20th century. The name 35mm refers to the area of film which is exposed to light. 35mm is a great place to start if you're looking at getting...

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How To Travel With Film

How To Travel With Film

A film camera in your backpack is quite possibly the best accessory you can have whilst you travel. They are stronger than a mobile phone and quite frankly, the photos will be far better. Traveling with film does create some risks though so it’s worth noting a few things if you’re going...

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5 Budget 35mm Films

5 Budget 35mm Films

Fuji C-200 The Fuji C-200 is a colour negative roll that has been in production since the early 90’s. The C-200 offers a vivid colour palette and if you’re into shooting portraits, it will accurately recreate skin tones. This is a sharp film type perfect for street, landscape and...

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What Is ISO?

What Is ISO?

TL:DR: ISO is basically how sensitive to light the film is. A low ISO number mean low light sensitivity which requires more light to expose and a high ISO number has high light sensitivity, meaning it needs less light for exposures. Long Version: The ISO refers to the level of...

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