One-roll pre-measured kits to become available from the new Tetenal 1847 company, for those wanting a single dose of C-41 or E6 chemistry. A kit for paper is also on the way, as is tablet-form chemicals
Articles tagged "film-photography"
The Epson V600 is a reasonably priced scanner aimed at analog film shooters. It's fairly easy to operate and capable of decent image quality, but still easily bested by scans from our local photo lab.
Based on the images Ilford Photo shared alongside the tweet, the film stock will come in four different formats and be released on October 24.
This modular, Frankenstein-looking camera can be tweaked and modded with various lenses and film backs to create countless combinations of DIY camera systems.
Got a hankering to shoot some film? Here are 10 great film camera that are priced right and easy to track down in good working order. From 70's SLR classics to odd-ball 80's compacts, we've found something for everyone.
Kono! has launched a new 35mm film stock as well as a unique Sixpack that features half a dozen of its various color-shifting films.
Fujiifilm Japan has announced that starting in June it will increase the price it charges distribution companies for some of its color films.
US film camera equipment store and distributor CatLABs has introduced its own brand of black and white negative film that it claims is unique and not available anywhere else.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has teamed up with Kodak to release a beer that's capable of doubling as a film developer.
Dubble Film has announced it's changing film suppliers and subsequently changing the name of some of its film stocks.
Kosmo Foto has announced the release and opened pre-orders for its new Mono 120 black-and-white film.
CineStill's new powdered film development kits are easier to store, cheaper to ship and cost less than their liquid counterparts.
Lomography is cutting the 120 variety from the same sheets as its 35mm version of the repurposed German cinema film stock.
In a recent podcast, Kodak Alaris UK Quality Manager Andy Church said the company expects medium and large format versions of Ektachrome to hit shelves this summer.
On the back of the re-introduction of Kodak Ektachrome films a US photographic company has announced that it will begin sales of its own slide developing kits under the Edwal brand.
It's not cheap, but you may soon be able to get your hands on peel apart film once again thanks to ONE INSTANT.
Lomography has launched its Black & White 400 35mm Berlin Kino film, a new monochrome film cut from rolls of an old German cine film stock.
Dubblefilm has released a new film stock that features pre-exposed colors on the film to give your shots a rainbow aesthetic.
Jack White, the lead singer of the band The White Stripes, has opened a lab in his Nashville recording studio to process and print film.
ADOX has announced a new monochrome film stock called ADOX HR-50 that will be available in 135, 120, and 4x5 sheet formats.
Photographer Guy Sie has customized a set of 3D-printed hotshoe covers with numbers so you'll never forget what speed film you have in your camera.
Kodak Alaris is now shipping its new Ektachrome film products to global stock house dealers and distributors, the company announced on Tuesday.
Every photographer knows about APS-C sensors, but what about APS film? This week, Chris and Jordan take a stroll down memory lane and try out the original APS format, a technology that promised to streamline the film workflow, but which ultimately lost out to digital technology.
It’s a bad week for film lovers as Canon follows Leica with the news of the discontinuation of an important 35mm camera from its lineup. Earlier Leica reported the end of the M7, and now Canon has announced it has ceased production of its flagship film body, the EOS-1v.
Kodak Alaris has launched a new single-use disposable camera in Europe. Called the Kodak Daylight Single Use Camera, this 800 ISO film camera is supposedly ideal for parties, weddings, and similar events.
If you think the digital camera packed inside your smartphone is impressive, check out this 14 karat gold ring that doubles as a spy cam, complete with adjustable aperture and mechanical shutter.
Photographer Alexander Gee has created something pretty cool: the first (to our knowledge) E-Mount film camera. It's called LEX, and when it's finished, Gee intends to make the camera's design files open source so that anybody can built their own from scratch.
Fujifilm has revealed plans to discontinue several film products this year, starting with the popular B&W ACROS 100 stock in October. The ACROS news was first leaked last month, but Fuji has now released an official timeline.
Named Bubblegum and Monsoon, the latest in a line of Dubble pre-colored emulsions work at opposite ends of the spectrum—with Bubblegum injecting lots of orange warmth, and Monsoon creating a cool cyan/blue effect.
In this video, large format photographer Ben Horne shows off the incredible resolving power of 8x10 slide film by pixel peeping a massive 709.6-megapixel drum scan of one of his landscape shots. And you thought 100MP medium format was big...
According to Japan Camera Hunter, Agfa Vista color negative film is no longer being produced. The site says the information was confirmed by ‘reliable industry sources,’ and that supplies are drying up around the world.
The film digitizing adapter Nikon introduced alongside the D850 DSLR is finally ready for delivery at the end of March. It has been available for pre-order since it was first announced last August, but the release date has been slipping backwards.
Kodak Alaris is resurrecting yet another film photography product. Kodak's T-Max P3200 high-speed B&W film—which the company says can be push processed to ISO 25,000—is officially coming back in March!
The new 5x4-inch field camera was designed by UK photographer and custom camera maker Steve Lloyd, and it promises to be lightweight, easy-to-use, unique, affordable and upgradable... as well as a bit funky.
The limited edition LC-A models feature brown leather cladding and an embossed anniversary message on the back.
The portable little scanner features a 3.5-inch color screen, an integrated SD card slot for saving your scans, adapter trays for different types of film, and an HDMI port for viewing your scans directly on an external display.
Despite the gigantic volume of second hand film bodies in existence, it seems there is still a demand for new 35mm SLRs with a retro feel. The latest is a remake of the Ihagee Elbaflex from the 1960s, but with a Nikon F mount.
In January, Kodak announced it would bring back the beloved slide film Ektachrome. The timeline has been pushed back a bit, but Kodak says you can expect to purchase Ektachrome again in 2018.
Meet the Reflex I. The first 35mm film SLR to be designed in over 25 years, this neat ode to the past includes several futuristic features, like the ability to swap out different film backs and lens mounts.
Moonstruck and Sunstroke are two unique 35mm film stocks made by pre-exposing Kodak film in a machine to add different tones, odd colors, and light leaks.
Great news for film photography fans: Bellamy Hunt of Japan Camera Hunter has announced that he's developing a 'premium compact' film camera of his own.
Fans of film photography should keep an eye out for the widespread theatrical release of Kodachrome, a movie staring Jason Sudeikis about the final days of the iconic film stock.
Film photography lovers have something to celebrate. It seems Kodak will be resurrecting its famous Ektachrome film this year, with full production slated for 2018.
Is Polaroid's classic instant film coming back from the dead? Teasers popping up on the Polaroid.com website hint at something big coming from the iconic instant photography brand very soon.
Need a cool photo experiment to try this weekend? Why not try a black-and-white film reversal: transform a black-and-white negative into a direct positive transparency at home.
Russian company FOQUS has released its very own, 100% Russian-made 35mm black-and-white film with fine grain, strong contrast, and "pretty good tone range."
Photographer and writer Murilee Martin recently photographed a racing event using an... unusual choice for a camera. A 91-year-old Kodak Brownie No. 2.
Fans of medium format film photography have something to celebrate today. Japan Camera Hunter Bellamy Hunt has announced a 120 version of his well-loved JCH StreetPan Black & White film.
The analog renaissance continues. Zorki Photo just announced the upcoming launch of their first film: Zorki Photo Mono. A 100 ISO black-and-white film with a 'classic' appearance, you can pre-order it starting July 7th.