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experimental film photography

The Frankencamera: Experiments in Modifying Film Cameras by Tom Box on Shoot It With Film

The Frankencamera: Experiments in Modifying Film Cameras by Tom Box

One of the primary lures of film photography over digital is the scope for experimentation. The physical, chemical nature of the film process means you don't really need any kind...

35mm Film Photography Experimental Portraits by Christy Flaherty on Shoot It With Film

Experimental Portraits by Christy Flaherty

Today, we are featuring portraiture that pushes the creative boundaries of film. Photographer Christy Flaherty uses double exposures, light leaks, and experimental lighting to bring out a mysterious and beautiful...

Using Prisms for Creative Photography Effects by Tom Box on Shoot It With Film

Using Prisms for Creative Photography Effects by Tom Box

Ever since starting up with film photography, I've explored the experimental aspects of the hobby: film soup, double exposures, home-made cameras, intentional light leaks... It was this desire to experiment...

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

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

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...

Film Photography Double Exposures by Zac Patsalides on Shoot It With Film

Film Photography Double Exposures of Iconic Landmarks by Zac Patsalides

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...

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...

Double Exposures on the Coast of Chile by Brooke Fitzwater on Shoot It With Film

Double Exposures on the Coast of Chile by Brooke Fitzwater

Today, we’re featuring a beautiful double exposure series from film photographer Brooke Fitzwater. Here are a few words from Brooke about the series and combining her loves of photography and...

How to Create Colorful Images with Film by Elizabeth Glenn on Shoot It With Film

4 Tips for Creating Colorful Film Images by Elizabeth Glenn

Light determines everything. If I want a bright and colorful, happy image, then I need bright and colorful, happy light. This means bright blue skies, midday sun, and strong window...

How to Shoot Light Leaks on Film by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

How to Create Light Leaks on Film by Amy Berge

I love light leaks so much that they’ve become a regular part of my work, both for personal work and for paid clients. Similar to grain, light leaks add depth,...

Night Photography on the Olympus Trip 35 by Tom Box on Shoot It With Film

How to Shoot Night Photography with the Olympus Trip 35 by Tom Box

I would imagine most, if not all, of the people reading this have heard of the Olympus Trip 35. Over 10,000,000 units of the camera were sold during it's lifetime...