For your everyday shooting needs, there is only one film you need to look for: Fuji’s contrasty Superia 400!
It’s not everyday that we shoot with our funkydelic slide films. Whether you’re saving them for a rainy day or just looking for something a tad more versatile, the answer lies in your regular negatives films you can buy anywhere! Sure, we all know slides are awesome but diversity is the spice of life! Fuji's consumer workhorse Superia 400 is just what you need. With just the perfect mix of contrast, saturation and grain, and a killer price to boot, you simply can’t go wrong with it. From hot days when the sun is out to really gloomy overcast days, Superia’s 400 iso is always flexible for most of your Lomographic shooting situations, even at night! Just don’t forget your tripod or your flashgun! Still doubt its power? Take a gander from these Photos to see what exactly the Superia is capable of. Give your expensive films a rest for a while and try this on for your everyday walkabout needs!
There is no way to go but up for creative people. Rest is for the lazy, or so we believe. We like to push our limits and boundaries, yearning to be 'better'. "Better" is a myth, even you, photographer, needs rest.
Sometimes there is nothing more inspiring than planning a weekend getaway or just gathering up your friends and going on the most unforgettable road trip ever! Let's be honest; you will need pictures to prove what a fantastic time you had.
Gabriel H. Sanchez is photo essay editor at BuzzFeed News and part of our TEN AND ONE AWARD judges. His poetic way of talking about photography in this interview not only proves his passion for the medium but most likely makes you want to grab your camera right away and snap your submissions.
UK based blogger, photographer, camera reviewer and all round film enthusiast Hamish Gill is now one of our TEN AND ONE AWARD judges. We talked to him about his obsession for compact film cameras and what inspires him to shoot with film.
Do you want to get better-exposed pictures with your Lomo'Instant? All you need is a light meter and a little bit of knowledge about time and aperture. This Tipster teaches you all the basics you need to know.
Your favorite Wes Anderson films would not look as tasty and in vogue if not for the colorist. Often one of the most overlooked roles in filmmaking, the colorist is the harmony-maker of all elements through chromatic organization.
Looking for a change in scenery, or perhaps just a new getaway for you and your camera? With a beautiful blend between Classical Roman architecture and charismatic French culture. Arles is a unique scenery for you to take.
For the beginner, encountering film photography can be intimidating, as it often requires much thought than in digital photography. But when you do get to learn the ropes, it becomes part of the habit, and there's definitely a payoff in shooting analogue.
One of the many gripes of a film photographer is how difficult it is to take the perfect indoor shot -- it's either over or underexposed. You've tweaked the settings too many a time and it still doesn't work. So here's David Hancock on his own tips for shooting indoors with film.