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Ocean Silhouette on Film - Developing Film FAQs by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

FAQs: Developing Your Own Film! by Amy Berge

At the time I’m writing this article, we, and much of the world, are quartered in our homes. Some of us are looking for things to do with our time...

Beginners Guide to Wet Plate Photography by Lyssa Merritt on Shoot It With Film

Beginner’s Guide to Wet Plate Photography by Lyssa Merritt

Wet plate collodion photography is basically the genesis of portrait photography. It is the process of coating a tin plate or a glass plate in a light sensitive material, and...

How to Make Cyanotype Prints by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

How to Make Cyanotype Prints by James Baturin

Having a lot more time at home these days, I decided to explore some of the avenues of analogue photography I hadn’t had time for in the past. One of...

How to Develop Film in Coffee by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film

Develop B&W Film with Coffee! A Caffenol Developing Tutorial by Jennifer Stamps

Developing film at home is so rewarding. It’s pretty special to be able to shoot, develop, and scan a roll of film in a single day. And one easy way...

Scanning Film Negatives with a DSLR on Shoot It With Film

Scanning Film Negatives with a DSLR by Amy Berge

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...

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

Developing Color Film in Black and White Chemicals by Jennifer Stamps

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...

Self-Developing Questions Answered by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

Your Self-Developing Questions Answered! by Amy Berge

When I started self-developing my film I had so many questions, not just about the development process (which you can read about here for b&w film and here for color...

Scanning Your Own Film Negatives by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film

Intro to Scanning Your Own Film Negatives by Jennifer Stamps

There are a few reasons to scan your own film – even if you don’t develop it. Although, you should try developing film at home. It’s fun and easier than...

Understanding Pushing Film by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

Pushing Film: Film Photography Guide by Amy Berge

One of the beautiful things about film is it allows for all types of experimentation, and one of the most common ways to manipulate film is by pushing it. To...

Quick Tips for Organizing and Archiving Film Negatives by Samantha Stortecky on Shoot It With Film

Quick Tips for Organizing and Archiving Film Negatives by Samantha Stortecky

Over the summer, I was able to buy all the supplies to start developing and scanning my film in my very own home (learn how to develop film at home...