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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 of LomoChrome Color '92 film - LomoChrome Color 92 Review on Shoot It With Film

LomoChrome Color ’92 Review: Lomography’s 90s Inspired Color Film

Last summer Lomography released its new LomoChrome Color '92 film stock. While I'm always excited for a new film stock, I was particularly eager to try Lomo '92...

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...

35mm film comparison of Kodak UltraMax 400 vs Kodak Gold 200 pushed one stop on Shoot It With Film

Film Comparison: Kodak UltraMax 400 vs Kodak Gold 200 Pushed One Stop by Jennifer Stamps

Kodak has two popular consumer 35mm color film stocks: Kodak UltraMax (400 ISO) and Kodak Gold (200 ISO)...

35mm film image on Flic Film Elektra 100 film by Katya Rowny on Shoot It With Film

Elektra 100 Review: A Versatile Color Film from Flic Film! by Katya Rowny

If you’re a film shooter like myself, then you can probably commiserate with the recent spike in film prices. According to PetaPixel, “The company responsible...

Black and white film image on CineStill BwXX - Tips for Shooting CineStill BwXX Film by Drew Evans on Shoot It With Film

3 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Cinestill BwXX Film by Drew Evans

We all know the hype around CineStill. When the company launched its CineStill 800T tungsten film in 2013, it hit the scene hard...

Black and white film image - Kodak Tri-X vs T-Max by Taylor Blanchard on Shoot It With Film

Kodak Tri-X 400 vs Kodak T-MAX 400: Battle of Kodak’s B&W Giants by Taylor Blanchard

If you’re like me, you may gravitate to a certain film stock for a host of reasons that you no longer remember. When I got back into film...

Medium format b&w film image of a golf course - Ilford Pan F Plus Review on Shoot It With Film

Ilford Pan F Plus 50 Review: A Perfect B&W Film for Sunny Days by James Baturin

Last week, I decided to take my Hasselblad 500CM out with me on the golf course. After all, why not live my best life by combining...

Summer image on Revolog Kolor - Best Film to Shoot in the Summer by Jen Golay on Shoot It With Film

3 Great Film Stocks for Summer! by Jen Golay

Summertime was made for shooting film! Everyone is going on vacation or to the beach or to the amusement park or having backyard parties...

35mm film image on Amber D400 film - Amber D400 Review by Monica Krystel Rose on Shoot It With Film

Amber D400 Review: A Moody, Cinematic Film from Reto by Monica Krystel Rose

Red, there's something about this color that makes things a bit more sexy. Photographers often achieve this by using gels over flash or changing the light itself to red...