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Film crew arrested for sneaking fake bomb at Newark Airport, facing $13,000 fine
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On Thursday afternoon, a TV crew was arrested at Newark Liberty International Airport for trying to sneak a fake bomb in their carry-on luggage. They are reportedly working for CNBC and they wanted to pull a prank to film it for a show. However, they were quickly busted and they are now facing charges and […]

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Push-developing Kodak ISO400 film to ISO6400 at home
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Today I’m developing a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 shot at 6400 ISO. I’ve been wanting to try this little experience for a while now. Some films are known for handling push processing very well and Kodak TX400 is one of them. Lots of photographers I know are even shooting by default at 1600 ISO […]

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Here’s what it looks like to develop an expired film in 68-years-old developer
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I believe you’ve seen the photos taken with expired rolls of film. Even after 35 years, they can often still develop nicely. But what happens when you combine a roll of film that expired 35 years ago with developer produced somewhere between 1949 and 1963? Tucson-based photographer Daniel Keating decided to try it: and he […]

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Black & white film reversal process – how to turn your negatives into film positives
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I think in photography the experiment set fire to the passion. There are endless ways to deepen the photographic knowledge, the surprise that can result on an experimental event, is electrifying! In my experiment program I had on the list to deepen my rudimentary attempts to reverse every type and format of black and white […]

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This 12 minute short film was all shot with a single static camera
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A One Shot Film, is a movie shot in one long take, by a single camera. Or, it’s cut in such a way as to give the impression that it was. There have only been twenty movies ever shot in a single long take. And another seven that have been edited to look as if […]

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Photographer develops a roll of film from 1929 camera and discovers forgotten portraits
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Sometimes photographers find real gems among the vintage cameras and lenses. Dutch photographer Martijn van Oers found an original Zeiss Ikon 520/2 in a second-hand store, dating from around 1929. The folding medium-format camera had a roll of film inside, with the word EXPOSÉ on it. It got him intrigued, and he decided to develop […]

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The noobies guide to choosing a medium format film camera
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I decided to write this, because the topic seems to be pretty popular these days. People ask “What camera?” and sadly, the answers are boiling down to “Get this one, because I use it and what’s good for me is definitely gonna be good for you”, which, I think we can agree, is bullshit. Disclaimer: […]

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This is what you need to do to create awesome b-roll footage for your film
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One thing I’ve learned as I’ve started to do more video stuff is that there’s no such thing as too much b-roll. B-roll is essentially the visual content that plays while you’re hearing something else. Creating it requires as much thought as your main shot. It needs to progress the story, or illustrate something being […]

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New film photography conference wants community to shape the future of film together
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“Film is saved!” – Or at least that’s what it seems when you see the results of the Save Analog Cameras campaign. In a previous article, I talked about the initiative of Juho from Cameraventures who wanted to draw a map of the Analog scene worldwide. The idea was to measure the global interest for Analog photography […]

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The story of the film: A beginner’s guide to black and white film development
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I love the immediacy of digital photography. In fact, I’m puzzled how anyone managed to gain expertise in the days of film: it takes hours, sometimes days, to get any feedback on the shot you’ve taken. By that time, I’ve usually forgotten about the camera settings I used or even what I was trying to […]

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Create the “Faded Film” look in 30 seconds using Photoshop or Lightroom
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If you like the “faded film” look, this latest video tutorial from Mathieu Stern is for you. You can create this washed out, dreamy look in a few seconds, you only need a few simple adjustments in Photoshop. I tried it out on some of my images, too. I didn’t really expect to like it, […]

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