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How to Choose a Color Film by David Rose on Shoot It With Film

Guide To Choosing A Color Film by David Rose

One question often asked by people wanting to try film photography is: “What type of film should I use?” And it’s actually a very good question. Considering the numerous varieties…

How to Shoot Kodak Portra 400 Film by Samantha Stortecky on Shoot It With Film

How to Shoot Kodak Portra 400 by Samantha Stortecky

Kodak Portra 400 is an extremely versatile professional film available in 35mm and 120. It loves light and handles highlights and detail retention extremely well. Rating at ISO 200 and…

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 consumer 35mm film with low grain and saturated colors. It has a wide exposure latitude but does look best with a lot of light….

Shooting Expired Film by Brian Smith on Shoot It With Film

Experiments in Shooting Expired Film by Brian Smith

I never had much interest in expired film as I was learning. I didn’t want the unpredictability of it. But as I began to hone my film photography skills, I…

How to Shoot Fuji Pro 400H Film by Samantha Stortecky on Shoot It With Film

How to Shoot Fuji Pro 400H by Samantha Stortecky

Fuji Pro 400H commonly produces soft, neutral, pastel colors. Its classic pastel look and professional grade makes it a favorite for wedding and portrait…

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…