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Shooting Film in a Studio by Sara Johansen on Shoot It With Film

5 Tips For Shooting Film In A Studio Space by Sara Johansen

Last year, I was lucky enough to come across an opportunity to have a studio space, and, in that time, I’ve worked to perfect my photography style...

How to Control Contrast in Photography by Jen Golay on Shoot It With Film

How to Control Contrast in Your Photography by Jen Golay

Last time we talked about contrast, we discussed balancing contrast in high contrast lighting situations. But what if you want to embrace the high contrast...

Finding Inspiration Where You Live by Alec Pain on Shoot It With Film

Finding Photography Inspiration Where You Live by Alec Pain

I’m never quite sure whether I live in a town or a village. Apparently, I live in a town… but most of the locals like to call it a village....

Example of a film photography personal project by Sara Johansen on Shoot It With Film

6 Tips For Starting Your Own Film Photography Personal Project by Sara Johansen

I’m a big believer in the importance of personal projects when it comes to my film photography. Here’s why: Personal work is professional work...

Image example for balancing high contrast lighting situations in photography

How to Balance High Contrast Lighting Situations in Photography By Jen Golay

As we get closer to spring and summer, bright, sunny days will be calling to us to get outside with our cameras. Any photographer...

Example of an edited film scan by Drew Evans on Shoot It With Film

Should You Edit Your Film Scans? 3 Thoughts on Getting the Best Out of Your Images by Drew Evans

I edit my film scans. It’s a conversation that brings with it some controversy — while many are in favor...

An example of pulling color film by Taylor Blanchard on Shoot It With Film

Pulling Film: Misunderstood, Overlooked, or Worth Forgetting? by Taylor Blanchard

Have you ever found yourself shooting film in bright sun and wanting to retain details in your shadows? Are you searching to differentiate...

Example of a film photography image in winter - Film Stocks for Winter on Shoot It With Film

3 Great Film Stocks for Winter! by Jen Golay

Winter often gets overlooked when it comes to photography. For the most part, we associate summer with our cameras at the beach or on vacation...

35mm film image from a point and shoot camera - Point and Shoot Film Camera Tips by Drew Evans on Shoot It With Film

How to Get Better Images with Point and Shoot Film Cameras by Drew Evans

Point and shoot film cameras. They’re an enigma — simultaneously gimmicky and practical, all at once. But regardless of the latest trends...

35mm film image with the Contax T2 - Contax T2 Point and Shoot Film Camera Review on Shoot It With Film

Top Ten Film Photography Tutorials of 2023!

Film photography was alive and well in 2023, and, as the year winds down, we wanted to take a look back at some of our top film photography tutorials...