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  1. Expired Film Never Looked So Good

    08 Oct 2019

    You know what’s great about digital cameras? They have an LCD screen that lets you see what your shots look like the second after you take them You know what’s great about film cameras? They don’t have LCD screens. Maybe “great” isn’t the appropriate word. Perhaps “fun” is more suitable.…


  2. Manhattan Blue in Black and White: A Bridge Less Traveled

    05 Aug 2019

    If you know me you know I love all of New York City’s bridges. The Brooklyn Bridge is, of course, iconic — the neo-Gothic tan stone architecture and hybrid suspension/cable-stay design are awe inspiring. John Roebling created a true masterpiece. And, for a number of personal reasons the Brooklyn Bridge…


  3. Kodak Portra 400: Tried and True

    29 Jul 2017

    Kodak Portra 400 is a tried and true film. Whether you shoot it in 35mm, medium format or something bigger, you’re not going to be disappointed with the look of this legendary film – unless, of course, you’re expecting something particularly vibrant. Portra 400 is known for producing muted colors…


  4. Good Times with Ilford SFX 200 B&W Film

    25 Apr 2017

    Oh, Ilford SFX 200, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways Ok, I’m not going to actually count the ways. Just know that I do love this quasi-infrared black and white film. SFX 200 often comes up in conversations about infrared film and almost just as frequently…


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