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How to Shoot Rollei Retro 80S Black & White Film by Ivan Bernal Palli

Rollei Retro 80S Film Review by Ivan Bernal Palli on Shoot It With Film

I can’t remember when I first came across Rollei Retro 80s. I guess I started using it between 2010 and 2012. I’d been using infrared film for a while, and in my quest to capture a different reality, infrared light seemed potentially helpful. What attracted me to Rollei 80s is that it has extended red sensitivity or near-infrared sensitivity…

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Nighttime Portrait Series by Clay Boonthanakit

35mm Film Photography Nighttime Portrait Series by Clay Boonthanakit on Shoot It With Film

Today’s feature is a beautiful nighttime portrait series from videographer Clay Boonthanakit. Clay used neon lights, interesting compositions, and the colors of CineStill 800T to push creative boundaries and bring these images to life. Here is more from Clay about creating this series…

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Diana Mini Camera Review by Amy Berge

Diana Mini 35mm Film Camera Review by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

I shoot film exclusively, so you already know I’m a glutton for punishment. But add in my love for the Diana Mini, an overpriced 35mm plastic camera that breaks a little too often, and you know I’m really crazy. But I truly do love it, and I’d love for you to fall in love with it, too…

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A San Francisco and Palm Springs Travel Story by Nat Meier

San Francisco Palm Springs Travel Story by Nat Meier on Shoot It With Film

Today, we’re featuring a travel series from film photographer Nat Meier. From one end of California to the other, Nat used expired film and some Kodak Portra 400 to capture the beautiful colors and atmospheres of San Francisco and Palm Springs. Here are a few words from Nat about this series…

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Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 Instant Camera Review by Samantha Stortecky

Instax Wide 300 Instant Camera Review by Samantha Stortecky on Shoot It With Film

Today, I’m reviewing one of my absolute favorite cameras, the Fujifilm Instax Wide 300. I got this beauty as a birthday gift a few years ago, and, while I immediately loved it, I bombed my fair share of film packs trying to figure out how to properly use it…