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HAPPY FILM YEAR 2021 by @Camxatca

This year, we bring something special, something a little different to cheer us up for 2021 and perhaps help us “re-connect” a bit more with one and another.   This year we got to discover the incredible team behind @camxatca, when we saw their work, we immediately fell in love with it and started thinking…

CDX – Carmencita Double X

Here it is! Our own version of the famed emulsion 5222, also known as Kodak Double-X. This film was originally created for cinematographers that wanted to record on BW back in the ’60s and seems like the emulsion hasn’t changed much ever since. If you’ve seen Schindler’s List, Raging Bull, or the latest The Lighthouse…

Few Frames w/ Michael Ferire

A DIFFERENT BACKSTAGE   We’ve known Michael Ferire for a long time already, one morning a package with single frames cut into an old 10×15 photo album appeared with his name and asking us to do the best we could. Little we knew that was gonna become the beginning of a long relationship. Earlier this…

CARMENCITA GRANT AWARD – SPRING 2020

  PROJECT: MAJULI The day has arrived!! We finally have the very first project that will receive the Carmencita Grant in partnership with Kodak Professional Europe! As you may know from our previous post, the grant supports the selected artist with up to 50 rolls of any stock of their choice from Kodak and the…

CLAVES PARA DISPARAR EN ANALÓGICO – [PDF]

*NOTE: This post is only available in Spanish at the moment, we are working to make all the information available in english soon!   UNA GUÍA DE LA FOTOGRAFÍA ANALÓGICA ACTUAL   Durante los últimos 3 años hemos estado realizando talleres puntuales aquí y allá, en cada taller ofrecemos una parte prácitca pero también una…

COFFEE & FILM – DRIP COFFEE ROASTER

We know how hard is to start a project, and if it wouldn’t be by the many photographers that supported us in our first steps Carmencita would never be the Carmencita we know today! So, whenever we have the chance to support a new project, especially coming from fellow film photographers, we try to figure…

Few Frames w/ Noemi Jariod

SHEDDING SKIN This is perhaps one of the longest-lasting projects we’ve seen going on at the lab; Noemi Jariod began the project as a small assignment that quickly grew into something more for her. We got to know many years ago through editorial photography, and throughout the time, we’ve also seen her work change, evolve and mature….