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35mm or 120mm?: How to Choose the Right Film Format

In the world of film photography, the choice of format is important, influencing not only personal preference but also the aesthetic and storytelling potential...

Euphoria is Getting All The Film We’ve Been Craving

So we've discovered that the entire second season of Euphoria was shot on Ekatchrome, and though the results are absolutely stunning to behold. However,...

5 Ways To Level Up Now That Kodak Film Prices Are Skyrocketing

In just one year, the prices for Kodak film have almost doubled in price. A box of Portra 400 was $41.99 last year and...

Most Affordable Medium Format Out C’here: Mamiya C33

My Mamiya C33 is my first and only medium format camera, and it’s served me well. I’ll put it this way—I never find myself...

Twas The Nikon 60 That Saved Me…

Imagine the perfect day with your camera. That must consist of perfect timing, captivating subjects, and a whole lot of luck. You eventually finish...

Why It’s A Huge Mistake To Throw Away Your Negatives

We process a lot of film here at Photodom, and there are SO MANY people who select the option to keep their negatives, only...

Snap Up The Olympus XA: A Tiny Yet Powerful Camera

I found this little guy buried in a basket of cases underneath a camera table at an estate sale. The guy calling prices for...

The Oldie That Will Make You Obsessed: Miranda Automex III

What makes a camera your favorite camera? If you are early in your photography interest like me, you’ll probably say, “The camera that gets...

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Understanding Aperture: A Beginner’s Guide

Aperture refers to the opening in your camera’s lens through which light enters. It’s one of the three pillars of photography, the other two being ISO and shutter speed.

ISO: What is it? A Beginner’s Guide for Photographers

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