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Spring Reuse of Film Canisters

Spring is coming, although, it might not be so visible right now. When I look out of my window, there is still bit of snow on roofs and roads, so I decided to bring Spring closer to me by myself.

A Guide to Steel Wool Lightpainting

Ever wanted to cause some mischief in the night? In this tipster, I'll explain the do's and don'ts of steel wool lightpainting, so you can go out and create some pretty cool photos, and feel like a total badass while doing so.

Kodak Edupe (35mm, 6 ISO) Slide Duplicating Film: A Dive in a Blue World

This blue-toned, high saturation, fine grained slide film is normally used to duplicate slides using a slide duplicator instead of a lens. You can also use it to shoot with any camera as long as you adapt to its very low sensitivity.

Doubles with Flowers: The Flower Power!

Back to Flower Power without heading back to the 60´s. Take a look and see how can you make your lover or your boring photos turning into blooming and beautiful life. Right after the jump!

Kodak EIR: A Roll of Film No Amount of Piggies Can Buy!

Long lost but never forgotten, Kodak EIR may be completely discontinued and rarer than Charizard, but poke your nose in the right places, and you may just unveil a little gem.

Redscale Roll Goes in with my Laundry!

After shooting two layers on my roll of redscale, it stayed in my pocket accidentally and went through the wash along with all my clothes!