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The Best Film For The Summer: Ektar 100

If you are looking for a color-negative film that offers striking, rich colors with almost no grain, Ektar 100 is a perfect choice. Kodak released...

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,...

Kodak Releases A Single Use Disposable Camera That Nobody Asked For

Instead of supplying all film vendors with much-needed film stock, Kodak took it upon themselves to create yet another one-time-use camera that increases our...

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...

From NY To LA, Sasha Teaches Us How to Evolve and Mint Our Work

Sasha Stavila is a Seattle, Washington photographer who has roots in New York City. Stavila is a bicoastal creative who understands the importance of diversifying...

5 Reasons Why Lomography is Ahead In the Analog Game

Variety in film selection-Lomography has an ample selection of film in 100, 400, and 800 ISO settings. Each film stock is fantastic quality with...

Don’t Sleep On The Disposable: The Kodak Funsaver

It starts with the switch to DSLR; then the DSLR gets benched as the phone becomes less of a phone and more of a...

Wanna shoot your shot in film photography? Start right here!

Here's a short and sweet beginner's guide into understanding the beautiful/creative/addictive world of photography. As a beginner, it can seem a bit overwhelming to...

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