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Polaroid Film Soup Experiment by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film Featured Image

Polaroid Film Soup Experiment by Jennifer Stamps

We’ve tried film soup on black and white film. We’ve tried film soup on color film. But what about Polaroids? you say. Great question...

35mm Film Photography Soaked in Film Soup of a Flower - Interview with Amy Berge of Film Lab 135 on Shoot It With Film

Interview with Amy Berge – Owner of Film Lab 135

One of the trickiest things about film soup is getting it developed. If you're not quite ready to jump into the world of developing your own film, it can be...

7 Awesome Film Soup Recipes to Try on Shoot It With Film - Ruby Robida

7 Awesome Film Soup Recipes to Try on Your Next Roll of Film

We rounded up some amazing film photographers to share their favorite film soup recipes and tips! If you're looking for a little creative boost to your film photography, film soup...

Black and White Film Soup Experiment by Jennifer Stamps on Shoot It With Film

Black and White Film Soup Experiment: An Art or a Science? by Jennifer Stamps

I went into this project thinking that film soup was an art. Experiment, go crazy, use your imagination. And while that definitely is the case, I learned that there is...

A Film Soup Travel Session in Italy by Arantxa Barbarin Gonzalez on Shoot It With FIlm

A Film Soup Travel Session in Italy by Arantxa Barbarin González

I first discovered the concept of film soaking and film soup through the work of Iosune de Goñi (@iosunedegoni). The idea of purposely damaging my own rolls of film seemed...

How To Develop C-41 Color Film At Home by Amy Berge on Shoot It With FIlm

Develop Color Film At Home by Amy Berge

In January of 2017, I took the plunge into developing my own black and white film at home. But the idea of conquering C-41 color film weighed heavily on my...

Shoot It With Film Tom Box Film Soup Tutorial

A Film Soup Tutorial by Tom Box

I'd read up quite a bit on film soup and was adamant I'd try it. Film soup normally involves dunking a film canister entirely in your chosen ingredients, letting it...