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black & white

Medium format b&w film image of a person in a mirror - Mirrors Alternative Reflections by Anastasia Fasnakis on Shoot It With Film

Mirrors / Alternative Reflections Fine Art Series by Anastasia Fasnakis

This series came after a long, tough artistic draught. I had been shooting primarily landscapes and scenes in nature for some time, and I felt unchallenged. I wanted to incorporate...

B&W film image of a bridge - Ilford HP5 Film Review on Shoot It With Film

Different Ways to Shoot and Develop Ilford HP5 B&W Film by Jennifer Stamps

When it comes to black and white film photography, my go-to is always Ilford HP5 Plus. My love for this film stock started in 2018 when I decided to shoot...

B&W film image of wheat grass - Black and White Film Developing Roundup on Shoot It With Film

B&W Film Developing Highlights from SIWF Insiders!

Our second module for Shoot It With Film Insiders was all about developing your own black and white film at home. Armed with video lessons, demonstrations, and a place...

35mm film image of a sunset - How to Make Trichromatic Images on Film by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

Trichromatic Photography: Using B&W Film to Create Color Images by Amy Berge

The process of trichrome photography is not new. In fact, it appears to be the original way photographers created color photos when black and white film was the only option...

3 photo books on a coffee table - Photo Books for Black and White Landscapes on Film by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

Top 3 Photo Books for Black and White Landscapes on Film by James Baturin

When I look at my journey into film photography, it really all started with being inspired by the work of others, and saying, “I want to create images like THAT...

Portrait of a man for a B&W film comparison - Ilford Delta 3200 Pulled vs Ilford HP5 Pushed by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

Ilford Delta 3200 at 1600 vs Ilford HP5 at 1600: High Speed B&W Film Comparison by James Baturin

For years my go-to high speed black and white film has been Ilford Delta 3200, shot and developed at 1600. Pulling it one stop softens the contrast and grain just...

Kodak HC-110 vs Ilford Ilfosol-3 Film Developer Comparison by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film

Kodak HC-110 vs Ilford Ilfosol-3: Which B&W Film Developer Should You Use? by Jennifer Stamps

Does the black and white developer you use to develop film matter? If results vary based on film stock, it makes sense that the type of developer you use would...

Medium format black and white film image of a woman smiling with her hand over her head - How to Use Flash with Film Photography by John Adams III on Shoot It With Film

Flash and Film Photography: Taking the Fear Out of Using Flash with Film by John Adams III

Using flash units with old analog cameras can seem like a super daunting task. How are you supposed to make a brand new flash work with a camera originally...

Large format film photography landscape on 4x5 black and white film - Intro to Large Format 4x5 Film Photography by David Rose on Shoot It With Film

Getting Started with Large Format Film Photography by David Rose

My analog journey has been an upward spiral when it comes to film formats. I started shooting exclusively on film in 2015, when I only had two 35mm cameras...

Abstract black and white film photography image of a landscape - Ajar Abstract BW Series by Mickaël André on Shoot It With Film

AJAR by Mickaël André an Abstract B&W Film Photography Project

My journey through photography is a way for me to explore my inner self. I'm trying to give birth to images that could make me feel that particular connection...