Unicolor C-41 Film Developing Kit

It’s been about 2 years since I last developed colour film at home. Although I’ve always been happy with the results, I could never fully get behind the extra time it took to setup and get the chemistry up to working temperature. With black and white film, developing temperature is at 20 degrees Celsius, which…

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…

Toronto on Instax

Last week, I took a vacation day so I could go shooting with my good friend Paul in downtown Toronto. I ended up shooting Instax, 35mm, medium format and even some digital, so I’ll break up the posts a bit. There was no plan of attack, and it was fun to simply wander around town.…

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…