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Ready to pick up a film camera? Here's how to get started

Film photography is making a comeback! Here's some tutorials to get you started on your film journey.

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    How to get started with film photography: A checklist for beginners

    How to get started with film photography: A checklist for beginners

    In my recent years of shooting film for my personal projects, people are asking me more about the “how” than the “why.” This is really interesting and exciting for me since a good number of these curious people have never even touched a film camera or a roll of film before.

    Double your film fun with double exposure photography

    Double your film fun with double exposure photography

    Film. Yes, film. It’s popular again, didn’t you know? All the kids are using it. Quite honestly it’s smart to continue shooting film, even after you get that digital camera. It keeps you in that back-to-basics, let’s not forget to slow down and think about what and why we are taking the images we are taking mode, which serves us well in our shooting in general.

    Mobile Mondays: Three useful apps for film photographers

    Mobile Mondays: Three useful apps for film photographers

    It’s a great time to be a film photographer today because you get the best of both worlds. You can enjoy the slow process and nostalgic vibe of film and the convenience of digital tools to complement it. Among these modern tools are various apps that may help film photographers streamline their workflow and get better results. But with all the apps available out there, it can be overwhelming to find out which ones are truly useful.

    How to do flash photography on 35mm film

    How to do flash photography on 35mm film

    Working with flash is tricky, and it’s definitely not for every photography genre or style. But, it’s even more challenging when you’re doing film photography given all the limitations of the medium. However, since film is still popular for portrait work, it’s worth knowing how to use flash whether for studio or outdoor photography.

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