NEW RELEASE: KODAK INTRODUCES GOLD IN 120

It’s been really tough enduring the Kodak drought of 2021-2022. But there has been a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel as we venture into springtime. Kodak will be releasing GOLD in medium format! Yay! It’s interesting considering that I recently spoke to a client in Photodom about Kodak creating Gold and Ultramax in 120. The film gods heard our prayers, and this film stock will be arriving to Photodom shortly so stay tuned!

Sample pictures created by the talented Nat Meier at @softboifilms

Look at those tones! Nat snapped on these. Can’t wait to see some dynamic portraits in this film stock for the spring and summertime.

ADDITIONAL SURPRISE!

CineStill has officially released a new film stock called 400D(Dynamic) which will be created via crowd funding. It will be available in 35mm, 120, AND 4×5 formats! How awesome is it to get TWO new film launches in one day! This is just proof positive that #FilmIsNotDead and we are so excited to try this one as well.

Latest

Manic Exposure In The Cemetery And Other Spectral Deceptions

Jarred Oberman is an artist from New Jersey. He owns and operates an art space out of Hunterdon County.

NYC Through the Eyes of My Grandpa

Last year I wrote a piece about navigating grief...

Here Comes The Sun: Manhattanhenge

For a total of 4 times a year, the...

The Most Expensive Film Camera On The Market: Leica M-A “Titan”

In the rise of film costs and inventory shortages,...

Newsletter

spot_img

Don't miss

Manic Exposure In The Cemetery And Other Spectral Deceptions

Jarred Oberman is an artist from New Jersey. He owns and operates an art space out of Hunterdon County.

NYC Through the Eyes of My Grandpa

Last year I wrote a piece about navigating grief...

Here Comes The Sun: Manhattanhenge

For a total of 4 times a year, the...

The Most Expensive Film Camera On The Market: Leica M-A “Titan”

In the rise of film costs and inventory shortages,...

The Easiest Medium Format Camera In The Game: The Fujifilm GA645

120mm film can be an intimidating format to new...
spot_imgspot_img

Manic Exposure In The Cemetery And Other Spectral Deceptions

Jarred Oberman is an artist from New Jersey. He owns and operates an art space out of Hunterdon County.

NYC Through the Eyes of My Grandpa

Last year I wrote a piece about navigating grief through photography. This summer, I’m turning the page as best as I can.  Papik (Armenian for...

Here Comes The Sun: Manhattanhenge

For a total of 4 times a year, the sun perfectly aligns with the Manhattan gridlines to provide an amazing photography opportunity. Here is...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here