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Learn to Shoot Film: Tips & Tutorials

How to Control Contrast in Photography by Jen Golay on Shoot It With Film

How to Control Contrast in Your Photography by Jen Golay

Last time we talked about contrast, we discussed balancing contrast in high contrast lighting situations. But what if you want to embrace the high contrast...

Film image on Fuji Pro 400H by Drew Evans on Shoot It With Film

Why Fuji Pro 400H Might Be My Favorite Color Film by Drew Evans

I’m ready to come clean and admit it: Fuji Pro 400H is my favorite color negative film stock. These days, it’s much harder to come by after...

Lesser-known color film stock comparison by Taylor Blanchard on Shoot It With Film

7 Lesser-known Color Film Stocks Worth Trying by Taylor Blanchard

Whether you're a new or seasoned film photographer, when you think of color film, the names Kodak or Fuji most likely come to mind...

Finding Inspiration Where You Live by Alec Pain on Shoot It With Film

Finding Photography Inspiration Where You Live by Alec Pain

I’m never quite sure whether I live in a town or a village. Apparently, I live in a town… but most of the locals like to call it a village. Charlbury is a very small...

How to add embroidery to Polaroids by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film

Adding Embroidery to Polaroids to Create One-Of-A-Kind Works of Art by Jennifer Stamps

Calling all experimental photographers and artists! In this article, I will give a step-by-step guide on how to add embroidery to your Polaroids...

35mm film photography of a street photography image by Neil Milton on Shoot It With Film

Street Photography: 5 Assignments for Beginners by Neil Milton

Many photographers want to try their hand at street photography but find they are too shy or introverted to make a start. Leaping into street photography...

A medium format film image taken with the Yashica D TLR by Katya Rowny on Shoot It With Film

Yashica-D TLR Film Camera Review by Katya Rowny

My first medium format camera was the Yashica D. I remember the day it arrived in the mail as a gift from a family friend...

Example of a film photography personal project by Sara Johansen on Shoot It With Film

6 Tips For Starting Your Own Film Photography Personal Project by Sara Johansen

I’m a big believer in the importance of personal projects when it comes to my film photography. Here’s why: Personal work is professional work...

An example of stand development with black and white film on Shoot It With Film

Set It & Forget It Film Developing: An Introduction to Stand Development by Taylor Blanchard

When you develop your own black & white film negatives, you generally follow a set process: measure a specific quantity of water for your tank...

Image example for balancing high contrast lighting situations in photography

How to Balance High Contrast Lighting Situations in Photography By Jen Golay

As we get closer to spring and summer, bright, sunny days will be calling to us to get outside with our cameras. Any photographer...