CineStill 800T in 120 Format

My good friend Paul gifted me a couple rolls of CineStill 800T film for my birthday a couple months back. I’ve only ever shot this film in 35mm, so I was super excited to try this out in a larger format. This film is actually cut and rebranded Kodak film used in the motion picture…

A Bunch of Kodak Film

While on vacation at a family reunion last weekend, the local gas station had a shelf of Kodak film, along with some blank cassette tapes and some 8mm movie tapes. I had noticed the price on the film had been reduced several times. I went back the next day and inquired about it. The lady…

Film Find

Last Sunday, I met up with my good friend Paul for a camera show in Toronto. I had no clue what to expect at these types of shows. The place was packed with old film cameras and accessories and a ton of people. There was so much stuff to look at, and while there were a couple…

FP4 Party

The FP4 Party is a crazy phenomenon that has taken over social media!!! Well… not so much, but it’s quite fun. Basically, it’s a collective of film shooters using Ilford FP4+ 125 black and white film… which is super awesome by the way. Organized by emulsive.org and others, the premise is quite simple: “Shoot a roll…

Lomochrome Purple XR 400

Similar to the Lomography Redscale film I shot back in the summer, this is a unique film stock intended to give photos with interesting colour shifts. Lomochrome Purple is a colour negative film with an infrared look and feel. Basically, the blues become turquoise/green, and greens turn purple. What I find interesting about this film…

Cross-Processing Colour Slide Film

Cross-processing is something I’ve heard and read about, but never had the guts to try it myself. The premise is simple, take some slide film and processes it using the a different process – in this case, the process for colour negatives, or C-41. Now why would you want to process film in any other…

Lomography Redscale

This is a unique film that I purchased from the Film Photography Project a couple weeks ago. Redscale is the name given to a technique of shooting photographic film where the film is exposed from the wrong side. I wouldn’t say this is an everyday film, and I’m not sure I’d get it again, unless there…