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How to Shoot Rollei Retro 80S Black & White Film by Ivan Bernal Palli

Rollei Retro 80S Film Review by Ivan Bernal Palli on Shoot It With Film

I can’t remember when I first came across Rollei Retro 80s. I guess I started using it between 2010 and 2012. I’d been using infrared film for a while, and in my quest to capture a different reality, infrared light seemed potentially helpful. What attracted me to Rollei 80s is that it has extended red sensitivity or near-infrared sensitivity…

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Concert Photography on Film: Double Exposure and Long Exposure Experiments by James Baturin

Concert Photography on Film by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

I recently took my film camera (a Nikon FE2) to a couple of local concerts. Concert photography on film is not a subject matter I shoot often, but, of course, it’s always good to try something new in your photography. I decided to use it as an opportunity to experiment, trying to combine some double and long exposures…

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Star Trails on Film: Shooting Long Exposure Star Trail Photography with Film by James Baturin

Star Trails on Film: How to Shoot Film Photography Star Trails by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

As soon as I became enamored with long exposure film photography, I knew star trails were something I wanted to try. Why not marry my nerdy fascination with photography and my nerdy fascination with space?

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Developing Color Film in Black and White Chemicals by Jennifer Stamps

Develop Color Film in Black and White Chemicals by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film

What happens when you develop color (C41) film in black and white chemicals? Technically it’s called cross-processing. But usually cross-processing refers to C41 film developed in E6 chemicals (or vice versa). I wanted to find out what would happen to color film if it was developed in black and white chemicals. Why? Because, why not?

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Tips for Shooting Waterfalls on Film by James Baturin

Tips for Shooting Waterfalls on Film by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

I’ve found myself photographing a lot of waterfalls lately. Whether that’s due to the fact I live in a city dubbed the “Waterfall Capital of the World” (that’s Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, if you’re wondering) or to some deeper need for the reflection and reverie they inspire, I’m not sure. Either way, waterfalls are a beautiful subject for landscape photography, with long exposures adding a quality of magic I find captivating…