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Medium format b&w image of leaves - Develop Film in Beer- Beerenol Tutorial by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film

How to Develop Film in Beer: Beerenol Tutorial by Jennifer Stamps

Running out of developer? Want to try something new? Have a can of beer your friend left over that you don’t like and don’t want to drink?

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...

Image of film developing supplies - 15 Resources for Developing Your Own Film on Shoot It With Film

15 Resources for Developing Your Own Film

There are so many benefits to developing your own film. Not only can it be cost saver over sending film out to a lab, it also gives you more control...

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...

35mm film image of the ocean - An Introduction to Cross Processing Film by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

An Introduction to Cross-Processing Film by Amy Berge

Back in 2009, it felt like the beginnings of the "make-your-digital-look-like-film" movement, except it wasn’t the soft pastels or creamy skin tones of the pro stocks we were going for...

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...