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Santa Cruz Island Travel Story by Michelle Sharp

35mm Film Photography Santa Cruz Travel Story by Michelle Sharp on Shoot It With Film

This week’s film photography feature is from Los Angeles based photographer Michelle Sharp. Michelle recently graduated from UC Santa Barbara and was able to use film to capture a trip to Santa Cruz Island. Here is more from Michelle about her experience…

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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.

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How To Shoot Kodak Gold 200 by Jen Golay

How To Shoot Kodak Gold 200 by Jen Golay on Shoot It With Film

Kodak Gold 200 is a versatile consumer 35mm film with low grain and saturated colors. It has a wide exposure latitude but does look best with a lot of light. Try rating between 160-200 and metered for the shadows or midtones. It is not the ideal film for low light situations but does very well in bright sun…