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Scanning Film Negatives with a DSLR by Amy Berge

Scanning Film Negatives with a DSLR on Shoot It With Film

I am fortunate enough that I have a Noritsu LS-600 (read: super swanky scanner) for my 35mm film. It can take in and scan an entire roll at once, is extremely fast, gives me great results, and has saved me a ton of money over the years. It only has two flaws: It doesn’t scan sprocket holes, and it doesn’t scan 120 film…

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Your Guide to Medium Format Film Photography

Guide to Medium Format Film Photography on Shoot It With Film

The ability to shoot medium format is one of my favorite benefits of film photography. In the digital world, medium format cameras are so expensive it’s rare to see even professionals use them. But not so with film! Medium format film cameras can be found at any budget, opening up this style of shooting to pretty much everyone…

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5 Tips for Shooting Double Exposures on Film by Melese Miller

How to Shoot Double Exposures on Film by Melese Miller on Shoot It With Film

There are a lot of reasons why I love shooting film, but one of the biggest reasons is the ability to make double exposures. It really feels like painting with film, where you can come away with something 100% unique. Want to learn how? Let’s jump in…

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4 Quick Tips for Shooting Better Landscapes on Film by Samantha Stortecky

How to Shoot Landscapes on Film on Shoot It With Film

Happy Autumn, everyone! The kids are back in school, the air is getting crisp, and the leaves are starting to change. With all the beautiful changes in scenery on the horizon, I thought it would be the perfect time to chat about one of my favorite ways to use my film cameras… for landscape photography!

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How to Sharpen Your Film Scans by James Baturin

How to Sharpen Film Scans by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

Scanning is a great way to make digital files of your physical negatives. I’ve been scanning my negatives for a few years now with an Epson V600 scanner, and it works great. But sometimes the scanner renders the scans a bit soft where they look out of focus even if the photo itself is sharp…

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Pinhole Film Photography by Tom Box

Pinhole Film Photography and Cameras by Tom Box on Shoot It With Film

I’ve been shooting pinhole film photography for a while now, and, though I never expected it, it’s slowly becoming my primary form of photography. I’ve always enjoyed the slow process of film, and, if we’re talking slowing down, then pinhole photography is taking this to the extreme. It’s the absolute antithesis of point-and-shoot…

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Snap Sights Underwater Film Camera Review by Jennifer Stamps

Snap Sights Underwater 35mm Film Camera Review on Shoot It With Film

Leave it to me to fall in love with a camera that cost $10 brand new. But it’s true, this camera quickly became one of my go-tos. I bought the Snap Sights Underwater camera a few summers ago as I was preparing for a trip to Mexico. I knew there would be a lot of time spent on the beach and in the water, so I didn’t want to risk ruining a camera…