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St. Lucia Travel Story by Stephanie Bryan

St. Lucia 35mm and Medium Format Film Photography Travel Story by Stephanie Bryan on Shoot It With Film

This week’s film photography feature is a beautiful travel story just perfect for anyone wishing summer would last a little bit longer. Film photographer Stephanie Bryan shares the stunning landscapes and vivid colors of St. Lucia in the Caribbean islands. Here is more from Stephanie about this incredible place…

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Hong Kong Travel Story by Katie Golobic

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Today, we’re featuring a 35mm Hong Kong travel story from film photographer Katie Golobic. Each image in this series captures such a beautiful part of Hong Kong and its balance between a busy city and a calm and serene place. Here are a few words from Katie about this series…

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Asheville Travel Story by Melissa Summers

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Today’s feature is from film photographer Melissa Summers of one of the most enchanting cities in the U.S, Asheville, North Carolina. With a 35mm camera and a little Psychedelic Blues film, Melissa captured the unique details of this mountain town known for its art scene and historic charm…

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Film Photography Double Exposures of Iconic Landmarks by Zac Patsalides

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Today, we’re featuring incredible double exposures on medium format film from photographer Zac Patsalides. Zac has captured film photography double exposures of some of the most famous landmarks around the world, including the Taj Mahal and the Sydney Opera House.

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Guide To Choosing A Color Film by David Rose

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

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 of film to choose from, and with each having its own specific strengths, weaknesses, and aesthetic look, it can be difficult to know where to start.