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Kodak Ektachrome – Landscapes

In my last article, I shared my first roll of Kodak Ektachrome E100 film. It consisted of all portraits of Kelsey that I really loved, and fell in love with this film. I mentioned in the video that I wanted to try Kodak Ektachrome landscapes next, so that's what I did. 1987 Ektachrome 100 ad… Continue reading Kodak Ektachrome – Landscapes

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Expired Film: Kodak Panatomic-X

My good friend Mike Eckman sent me a roll of expired Kodak Panatomic-X black and white film to shoot, with a small warning that I was going to hate him for it because I would love this film and would not be able to find anymore to shoot with. Knowing this, I held on to… Continue reading Expired Film: Kodak Panatomic-X

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Lomography CN 800 – My Review

I have written several articles about my experiences with Lomography CN 800 film, which you can read here, but I have not yet done a proper review. However, keep in mind, I don't like to talk technical. I prefer to show you my results, and share what I have learned about it while developing, scanning… Continue reading Lomography CN 800 – My Review

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Developing Adventures – A Roll of Lomography Lomochrome Purple

I've had several rolls of Lomochrome Purple in my fridge since it was first released. I've never shot with it because I don't find many settings that would fit a specialty film like this. However, the other day, Mario Piper mentioned in the comments of one of my Fiddle Fig Leaf plant photos that it… Continue reading Developing Adventures – A Roll of Lomography Lomochrome Purple

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Bergger Pancro in Medium Format

I've reviewed Bergger Pancro 400 before, but only in 35mm format. I thought I would give Bergger Pancro in medium format a look, and at the same time test out my Mamiya RB67 Pro SD again. My Results In my original review, I thought this film looked similar to the classic tv look of Double… Continue reading Bergger Pancro in Medium Format

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Lomography Color Negative 100 – My First Shots

I have shot Lomography CN 400 and 800 a lot lately. Normally, I don't have low ISO films on hand because I shoot most of my photos indoors. On this particular day, Kelsey and I were cleaning up our backyard while Frankie ran around and I really wanted to take some photos of him being… Continue reading Lomography Color Negative 100 – My First Shots

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Developing Adventures – Lomography Berlin Kino 400

When I first started shooting film again, a nice guy that works for Lomography sent me a box of Lomography films and cameras he wasn't planning on using. One of which was Lomography Berlin Kino 400. I put the films in the fridge, because he said they may be expired, and I forgot about a… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Lomography Berlin Kino 400

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Lomography Color Negative 400 – the Saturated Sister of Portra?

Lately I have found myself increasingly reaching for color film rather than black and white. I think probably because of all the Developing Adventures articles, I am a little tired of looking at monochrome film. Plus it's spring and there are so many colors popping around me, so in this article I am going to… Continue reading Lomography Color Negative 400 – the Saturated Sister of Portra?

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Developing Adventures – Bergger Pancro 400

In this Developing Adventure, I shot and developed my first roll of Bergger Pancro 400. I see my friend Bill Smith shooting with it often on his photo blog and really like the look. It almost has the same classic television look of Double X. If you read my article on Eastmans Double X film… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Bergger Pancro 400

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My First Time Shooting Lomography Lady Grey 400

I received a 3 pack of Lomography Lady Grey 400 from Kelsey last Christmas and was excited to get a chance to try it for the first time. The only thing I could find on the history of this film is that it is suspected to be rebranded Kodak Tmax 400, but I don't know… Continue reading My First Time Shooting Lomography Lady Grey 400