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Learn to Shoot Film: Tips & Tutorials

3 photo books on a coffee table - Photo Books for Black and White Landscapes on Film by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

Top 3 Photo Books for Black and White Landscapes on Film by James Baturin

When I look at my journey into film photography, it really all started with being inspired by the work of others, and saying, “I want to create images like THAT...

Various packs of instant film - Polaroid and Instax Film Comparison by Samantha Stortecky on Shoot It With Film

Polaroid and Instax Instant Film Comparison by Samantha Stortecky

If you are like me, instant cameras and film are some of the best parts of shooting film. You can take a picture, and have it printed in a matter of minutes...

Image of film developing supplies - 15 Resources for Developing Your Own Film on Shoot It With Film

15 Resources for Developing Your Own Film

There are so many benefits to developing your own film. Not only can it be cost saver over sending film out to a lab, it also gives you more control over your images and frees..

The Argus Argoflex E medium format TLR film camera

Argus Argoflex E TLR Camera Review by Jennifer Stamps

Are you new to the world of twin lens reflex (TLR) film cameras? Curious about their unique double lenses but a little intimidated and don’t want to drop a lot of money on a camera...

The Canon 514XL Super 8 Camera - Tips for Buying a Super 8 Camera by Jen Golay on Shoot It With Film

What You Need to Know Before Buying a Super 8 Camera by Jen Golay

I have never been interested in video or moviemaking. That is until I discovered Super 8! I didn’t grow up with Super 8 films or even video home movies, so the whole idea of making a movie...

Instax transparency of a boy under a tree - How to Make Instax Transparencies by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

How to Make Instax Transparencies by Amy Berge

In 2010, I was gifted an Instax Mini 25, and I thought it was basically the coolest thing ever. (I was correct.) Polaroid had recently stopped making film, and it felt like...

Film image of a road - Utilizing Perspective in Film Photography by David Rose on Shoot It With Film

Utilizing Perspective in Film Photography by David Rose

In film photography, like with most things in life, your perspective matters. Perspective and composition is to photography what poetry or prose is to language...

Portrait of a man for a B&W film comparison - Ilford Delta 3200 Pulled vs Ilford HP5 Pushed by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

Ilford Delta 3200 at 1600 vs Ilford HP5 at 1600: High Speed B&W Film Comparison by James Baturin

For years my go-to high speed black and white film has been Ilford Delta 3200, shot and developed at 1600. Pulling it one stop softens the contrast and grain just a touch...

Medium format film portrait of a woman - Best Light Meter App by John Adams III on Shoot It With Film

The Best Light Meter App and Why I Use It Over a Handheld by John Adams III

Metering is the cornerstone on which any good photograph is built. You can take a photo of the most stunning landscape or a portrait of the most captivating subject...

The Polaroid Lab instant printer - Polaroid Lab Instant Printer Review by Samantha Stortecky on Shoot It With Film

Polaroid Lab Instant Printer Review by Samantha Stortecky

If you saw my last article on a review for the Fujifilm Instax SP-2 printer, you know that while I love film and am a huge advocate for keeping it alive...