Tag: film photography for beginners

spot_imgspot_img

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

Photography is a beautiful art form that allows us to freeze moments in time and capture memories forever. As a new photographer, understanding ISO...

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...

10 Reasons to Buy a Contax G1 This Year

The Contax G1 is the predecessor to the Contax G2 camera, the most advanced 35mm rangefinder ever made, and arguably one of the finest 35mm cameras ever made....

5 Reasons BnW Prints are Slaying It in Spring 2024

Black and white fine art film photography prints are more than just a passing trend. They represent a deep appreciation for the fundamental elements of art, a connection to our past, and a versatile addition to any space. As we move further into spring 2024, it’s clear that these prints are not just slaying it, but are here to stay.

12 Genres You Must Shoot On Film in 2024

In the digital age, the allure of film photography has not only endured but also thrived. As we step into 2024, the charm of...

10 Reasons to Embrace Medium Format Photography This Winter

Michael Elliott — Fine Art Film Photographer-Flâneur and Londoner at Large Medium format photography has long been revered for its exceptional image quality, stunning detail, and unique...

10 Reasons to Choose Film Photography for Wall Art

Film photography is a great choice for wall art, especially black and white and still life photography. Film has a unique look that is often described as being more "organic" or "natural" than digital photography. Black and white photography is a classic choice for wall art, and it can be used to create timeless and elegant images. Still life subjects are often simple and uncluttered, which makes them well-suited for the more traditional look of film. Film photography can also capture texture and depth in a way that digital photography often cannot. It is also a more personal medium that is often used to capture memories and experiences. Film photographs can also have a more timeless quality than digital photographs.

Stay in touch:

255,324FansLike
128,657FollowersFollow
97,058SubscribersSubscribe

Newsletter

Don't miss

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

Photography is a beautiful art form that allows us...

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

In the world of film photography, the choice of...

10 Reasons to Buy a Contax G1 This Year

The Contax G1 is the predecessor to the Contax G2 camera, the most...

5 Reasons BnW Prints are Slaying It in Spring 2024

Black and white fine art film photography prints are more than just a passing trend. They represent a deep appreciation for the fundamental elements of art, a connection to our past, and a versatile addition to any space. As we move further into spring 2024, it’s clear that these prints are not just slaying it, but are here to stay.
spot_img