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Ilford XP2 Camera – Single Use B&W Love

Ilford XP2 Camera – Single Use B&W Love

Disposable cameras don’t get enough love, so we thought we would take a moment to shine our spotlight on one of our favourite disposable cameras: Ilford’s black and white single use cameras. Ilford currently has two versions of these in either of their C-41 Black…

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Kodak Ektar Film Spotlight

Kodak Ektar Film Spotlight

Hi there everyone! In our continuing effort to bring film photography education to everyone in the world we came up with a bunch of new strategies. One of the many ideas that came to mind was creating a repository of images associated with a couple…

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How Exposure Affects Film

How Exposure Affects Film

OK, so for a while we’ve been wanting to explain a couple of film technicalities that we’re pretty sure will change many people’s understanding of film and exposure. Alright, take a deep breath ‘cause this stuff is easy but sometimes difficult to explain in written…

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“To Push” or “Not to Push” That is the question!

“To Push” or “Not to Push” That is the question!

OK, so if you’ve made it this far it means you’ve been reading/hearing about this concept of “pushing” film for a while. You know it has something to do with “stops” but sometimes it feels confusing because you see all sorts of amazing pictures with…

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