Category: Film Photography
First roll impressions: New Classic EZ400
A first look at New Classic EZ400, a medium-contrast black-and-white film.
Recommended 35mm point-and-shoot cameras
Of the 35mm point-and-shoot cameras I’ve owned, I liked these the best.
The last roll of Kroger 200 color film
Random scenes on expired color film, shot with a Sears camera.
Camera shake and bellows pinholes aplenty
I shot a new-to-me old camera and it was kind of a disaster.
Fresh Kodak Gold 200 vs. 36-year-expired Kodak Vericolor III, because why the heck not
A fun, but not very useful, comparison of two color films.
First impressions: 80-200mm f/4 Sears Auto Zoom (K mount)
A first look at a Sears-branded, Korean-made zoom lens for Pentax K-mount SLR bodies.
People are not idiots if they buy color film at its current prices
I buy color film at it’s current prices, and I’m not an idiot for doing it.
Three cameras that delivered for me in 2022
Here are three cameras I used this year that really delivered for me.
Giving the Sears KSX-P some exercise
This Sears camera is pretty good, and fun to shoot. But do I really need it?
Lessons learned shooting expired film
Here are some things I learned about getting the most from expired film.
First roll impressions: Kodak Pro 400 MC
I came into a couple rolls of a Kodak film called Pro 400 MC that was discontinued at about the turn of the century. Here are some images from my first roll.
First roll impressions: Fujifilm Reala 100
Fresh shots along the Ohio River on expired Fujifilm Reala 100 color film.