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Learn to Shoot Film: Tips & Tutorials

Using Flash for In-Home Lifestyle Sessions by Kim Hildebrand on Shoot It With Film

Using Flash with Film for In-Home Lifestyle Photography by Kim Hildebrand

Did you cringe just reading flash and photography in the same sentence? I sure used to. Until I realized that flash is so amazing, and also one of the most under-utilized tools we have at our disposal as photographers...

CineStill 800T Film Review by Tanya Alexis on Shoot It With Film

How To Shoot CineStill 800T by Tanya Alexis

CineStill 800T is a tungsten balanced film created to be shot in low-light with indoor, tungsten (yellow) lighting. This color balance makes it a great film for experimenting, and it is a great choice for night photography with neon lights...

Polaroid Originals OneStep 2 Camera Review on Shoot It With Film

Polaroid OneStep 2 Review

My history with Polaroid goes quite a ways back. The OneStep and 600 Closeup were a major part of my childhood, and the collection has been growing ever since...

How to Edit Film Scans in Lightroom by Splendid Musings Photography on Shoot It With Film

How To Edit Film Scans In Adobe Lightroom by Samantha Stortecky

It's a good day! You know why? Because you just got freshly scanned film images in your inbox, and they're just waiting to be processed...

How To Develop C-41 Color Film At Home by Amy Berge on Shoot It With FIlm

Develop Color Film At Home by Amy Berge

In January of 2017, I took the plunge into developing my own black and white film at home. But the idea of conquering C-41 color film weighed heavily on my mind...

How to Meter for Film Photography by Sarah Collier on Shoot It With Film

How To Meter For Film Photography by Sarah Collier

Metering. It’s the one thing that your film photography lives and dies by, and, yet, pop into any film group on Facebook, and it won’t be long until you see someone say...

How To Shoot Kodak Gold 200 by Jen Golay on Shoot It With Film

How To Shoot Kodak Gold 200 by Jen Golay

Kodak Gold 200 is a versatile consumer 35mm film with low grain and saturated colors. It has a wide exposure latitude but does look best with a lot of light. Try rating between 160-200 and metered for the shadows or...

DIY Holga 35mm Sprocket Hack by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film

Hack Your Holga To Shoot 35mm Panoramic Sprocket Images by Jennifer Stamps

Love the look of sprockets? Yes, me too. I almost bought a sprocket-rocket, but since I'm on a hiatus from buying cameras in 2018, I decided to do a little do-it-yourself hack...

How To Shoot Kodak Max 400 Film by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

How To Shoot Kodak Ultramax 400 by Amy Berge

Kodak Ultramax 400, also known as Kodak Max 400, is a versatile consumer film for 35mm cameras with a decent amount of saturation and grain...

How to Shoot Kodak Portra 160 by Sarah Collier on Shoot It With Film

How To Shoot Kodak Portra 160 by Sarah Collier

Kodak Portra 160 is a very versatile film perfect for portraits, landscapes, and everything in between. It will give you beautiful contrast and color with little grain, creating a very clean and professional look. Rate at box speed and meter...