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Posts tagged with kodak

  1. Not-A-Pano

    18 Jun 2019

    Soooo not a real panorama. But still… Minolta XD5 | 28mm | Kodak Ultramax 400 Come visit me on Instagram where I post (almost) daily film photos.


  2. Kodak Gold Is Gold

    13 Mar 2019

    I don’t really do reviews. If I like something, I’ll tell someone why I like it. If I don’t like something…same thing. I don’t know why that should take 6 pages or a 35 minute video. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the people who are good at providing exhaustive…


  3. So Cinematic: My DIY Experience With Kodak Vision3 Film

    03 Mar 2019

    I’ve shot a few rolls of CineStill color film (both the 50D and 800T) and I really like the results. It’s not film I shoot regularly since I consider it a tad expensive, but I like to splurge every now and then I also like DIY stuff. That’s why I…


  4. For a Photographer, There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather

    23 Sep 2018

    What do you do on a foggy, gloomy day? Cuddle up with a good book? Binge watch Netflix, maybe? Or load a roll of Tri-X 400 into your camera, set it to meter for 800, and wander the city? I will almost always choose the last option, because there’s no…


  5. The Unbreakable Ektar 100

    26 Apr 2018

    I rarely shoot on Kodak Ektar 100. When I reach for a color film it’s usually something a bit more muted, like Portra 400 or Fujicolor Pro 400H. I also like the CineStill 50D and 800T. On a whim I picked up a roll of Ektar 100 (35mm) from B&H…


  6. 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…


  7. Because it Matters

    13 Apr 2017

    Art matters. Any questions This short series of photos features moments from the Rally to Save the Arts, held at New York City Hall, April 3, 2017. It was a good turnout, graced by eloquent speakers, passionate performers, and individuals from all walks of life who care deeply about art the vital role…


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