Tag: old film

  • Monday Moodboard: The Wonders of Found Film

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-11-18 in #news
    Monday Moodboard: The Wonders of Found Film

    What are the odds of someone buying a fascinating old camera that still has an unfinished roll inside? I have read a lot of stories about film photography enthusiasts finding a surprising and very welcome addition loaded in their camera purchases, and I'm happy to report that there are a handful of found film stories from the community as well. Join me as I revisit some of our fellow lomographers' and film photographers' lucky stories of finding old and often rare films in their camera purchases after the jump!

  • Scratching Film

    written by lenaschneider on 2013-08-30 in #gear #tipster
    Scratching Film

    Do you want to try something new? Them take your film and scratch it. The results are strikingly different.

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  • The Bison by Kai Murphy

    written by jeanmendoza on 2012-02-14 in #news
    The Bison by Kai Murphy

    UK-based photo essayist and photographer Kai Murphy shot a photo with film found on a sunken boat. Learn more after the break.

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  • An Old Skool Fujichrome 50 RD

    written by kuryzu on 2011-08-03 in #reviews
    An Old Skool Fujichrome 50 RD

    Among the Fujifilm ISO 50 pile that I found being sold, I picked up this old skool Fujichrome 50 RD. I've tried to search it again but this is the only one. Again, I was driven by my curiosity, so I bought it.

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  • Resurrected Photos From the Past

    written by wexfor on 2011-05-20 in #lifestyle
    Resurrected Photos From the Past

    Imagine the opportunity to see over two decades into the past. Well, I was lucky enough to find something that allowed me to do so. Let's go sightseeing in my hometown in year 1988!

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  • Fuji Fujichrome 1600D (35mm, 1600 iso)

    written by eggzakly on 2010-07-07 in #reviews
    Fuji Fujichrome 1600D (35mm, 1600 iso)

    Built for pushing, this film is long expired!

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  • FED 50 Automat

    written by eggzakly on 2010-02-05 in #reviews
    FED 50 Automat

    This little baby cost me $25 on ebay. It's a great almost-point-and-shoot camera for lower speed films, and a fantastic alternative to an LC-A if the $100-$250 is a little steep for you. It's a little larger than an LC-A, but the freedom of the battery-less selenium light meter more than makes up for that!

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