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  1. Dork Knight

    Blue High Speed X-Ray Film

    I was wondering if anyone shoots 4x5 with Blue X-Ray Film, the high speed stuff which would be shot around 40 to 125 ISO and if so where do you purchase your film from? I've recently purchased Washi B which comes in around £18 for 12 sheets, unfortunately I seriously injured myself so I...
  2. P

    Where to get film developed London

    Hi! Does anyone knwo where I could get my 35mm film developed and preinted to a resenoble price in southwest or southnorth London? Thankful for your responses! :)
  3. mipevo6

    Film / slide scanning at home?

    Folks, My sister pinged me a quick question regarding film/slide scanners. She has looked at :- This which is a Kodak all in1 scanner. It looks ok to me given the number of adaptors etc... Anybody got any thoughts on the best way forward for the requirement? Any "MUST HAVE" features? The...
  4. paleblue

    Getting back into film photography after 8 years

    I used to frequent this forum a lot, but took a long break from shooting film to concentrate on my education and career. I picked up a Canon 5D at some point in 2015, but I didn't have anything to show from it as there wasn't the same emotion attached that I had with my film photos from 8 years...
  5. Theslooser

    Bulk loading cassettes

    Hi All, I was recently given an Alden 74 daylight bulk loader and was wondering where to find reusable cassettes? I have found a few plastic ones but have heard mixed reviews. Any recommendations? I am a broke student so can't afford to spend a ton on them. Thanks
  6. P

    Recommend a film scanner.

    Hi digging through my parents cellar i found loads of circa 30 year old films (35mm) with family photos, all b&w. I would like to scan them over time. Could you recommend a scanner to say £100 second hand that will do a good job? If possible,but not absolutely necessary, should be capable of...
  7. compulsivehordr

    New Old Film Challenge #75 - Illuminate - entries **Poll Is Up!**

    This is the entry thread for the next instalment of the New Old Film Challenge. The theme this time is Illuminate. Standard rules as always: •Must be taken by you •Must be on film •Must have been taken, developed and scanned prior to the start date •Please include details of the camera, lens...
  8. N

    Kodak portra 400

    Hello, I wonder if anyone can help me as I am a beginner on film. I am using a Canon A1 with a 35-70mm lens and have just bought some Kodak Portra 400. I will be shooting indoors in a well lit room with neon lights. I have set my ISO to 400 to match the film but does anyone know what the...
  9. schlicksbier

    Any interesting stores in London for analogue photography?

    Since I will be in London for a few days: Are there any interesting stores for analogue photography / cameras? I know that London isn't a cheap place but the prices should be reasonable if you suggest a certain store ... :-)
  10. schlicksbier

    London

    Big Ben by Erik Schlicksbier, auf Flickr Minolta X-300 with Kodak TMax 100 film
  11. schlicksbier

    Test about different film labs?

    Does anyone know about a test about the main film labs out there? I always stumble upon 3, 4 labs (Canadian Film Lab, MeinFilmLab, Carmencita, Indie Film Lab) but never found a real test comparing these labs ...
  12. FishyFish

    New Old Film Challenge 63 - The Postal System - Entries POLL ADDED

    It's my first go at doing one of these, so please yell if I muck it up in some way. My theme for the next challenge is... "The Postal System" - things part of, related to, or transported by the postal system anywhere in the world. I hope this gives plenty of scope for you all to find...
  13. TheBigYin

    New Old Film Challenge 62 - Spooky - Discussion Thread

    Talk / Whinge / Moan ;) about the topic here... No Picture submissions here folks - put them in the entries thead.
  14. TheBigYin

    New Old Film Challenge 62 - Spooky - Entries - POLL ADDED

    Okay, given my (non film) stuff for the past few years up until my recent shooting hiatus has all been "Candles, Skulls and Dimly lit rooms", this shouldn't come as a surprise, but my topic for the next challenge is "SPOOKY" (not @Spooky - an entire thread of pictures of the same person...
  15. ChrisR

    B&W Developers... waddya know???

    I've been developing my own black and white films for a couple of years, but I've only used Ilfosol 3 so far. It was what was on offer in the shop where I bought my first set of chemicals, and when the first bottle was finishing I simply bought some more. Now that bottle is also finishing, and I...
  16. Threeracers

    Fillum in Newcastle?

    After a bit of a break - and repeatedly packing my neglected Hasselblad on trips - I have rekindled my love for photography and run out of film! There were four rolls of HP5 in the depths of my dusty old Billingham and two days into my five day escape to the Pennines I am on my last roll...
  17. T

    TV Request - Undeveloped Film

    Hello all, I'm looking for people with undeveloped rolls of film that have been shot for a potential television programme (UK based). Have a rummage in the cellar/loft and see what you might stumble upon! Participants will have undeveloped rolls of film. They may or may not remember what...
  18. T

    TV Project - Undeveloped Film

    Hello all, I'm looking for people with undeveloped rolls of film that have been shot for a potential television programme (UK based). Have a rummage in the cellar/loft and see what you might stumble upon! Participants will have undeveloped rolls of film. They may or may not remember what...
  19. -Oy-

    A TRIP to Liverpool

    A mix of stuff from a trip to Liverpool yesterday. Olympus Trip 35 and Poundland AGFA Vista. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. My fave from the day - Pilkinton's Glassworks - St Helens, from the train. The lady and the movement in the lower corners do it for me :)
  20. Yousef Al-Nassar

    Nature documentary!

    Hey there guys! I have been in the photography world for 8 years now, and I have gained so much knowledge and developed a lot of skills. And I have yet to begin my video/cinematography career. I have taken a great interest in shooting wildlife, and from there, I have gotten the idea of shooting...
  21. schpleep

    B&W Missed it by a day...

    ...the February architecture category that is. Ah well... here're three of the shots of the local gunpowder mills from last week. I was going to make the final selection from this lot if yesterday hadn't been so busy :/ 1. 2. 3.
  22. ChrisR

    Film and conventional postcard challenge: round 3 - discussion

    The first film postcard challenge was here, results here, and the second round is here. I really enjoyed these, and liked the guessing component of the second challenge ( song title; the theme of the first was simply where we live). It seems like it might be time to try this again, if there's...
  23. schpleep

    B&W No. 2 Folding Autographic Brownie

    Following up on the antique shop finds in this post: Both cameras needed work on the bellows as they were full of holes. However, the internet recommended solution of painting with Water Based Gutta seems to have done the trick. So I loaded up the No.2 Folding Autographic with a roll of Pan F...
  24. mothdust

    Four Waterfalls Walk, Wales

    Ystradfellte trip by Charlotte Davis, on Flickr A beautiful walk, even in cold weather. Taken at the cave at the beginning of the walk, on Portra 400, on a Bronica SQ-A. 50mm lens.
  25. schpleep

    Frosty 6x7

    Sometimes it's just good to get out and finish off that roll of film... (Pentax 6x7 45mm f4, Pan F 50, stand processed 1hr Tetenal Paranol S 1:100, scanned and tweaked in LR) 1. Godalming across the river 2. Getting the obligatory B&W pylon shot out of the way early this year 2a. BTS 3...
  26. schpleep

    Brownie Six-20 Model C

    From c.1946-53, my inherited Brownie Six-20 is still going strong. With 1/50 (or Bulb), f11 & 100mm with a minimum focus of ~8' being the only options, it certainly makes you think... and appreciate the exposure latitude of film (and carry a lightmeter ;) 1. 2. 3. *All Ilford Pan F 50...
  27. schpleep

    Deliberate Double Exposure

    About a year ago I was given a Lomo Cosmic Symbol. I've been having great fun with deliberately double-exposing film. Here are some examples of outings where things have turned out well: 1. Austria, Winter 1.1 1.2 2. London, Contemporary Dance 2.1 2.2 3. London, The Classic Car Boot Sale 3.1...
  28. kewri

    Rolleiflex

    Hi everyone, I've just got my hands on a Rolleiflex camera, from searching online I believe it's a 1950s 3.5 X Synch. Although it's fully working, the viewfinder is a little on the dull side and the leatherette on the crank side of the camera is cracking and flaking off. I think it would...
  29. LWSC

    Contax RX making weird whirring noise?

    Anybody have any idea why this might be happening? I recently procured a Contax RX film camera body, but when the battery is put in (no matter whether turned on or off) the camera starts making a continuous loud whirring sound. Occasionally (sporadically) it will stop and then start again for no...
  30. adrianday

    Nikon F6

    I have a persistant itch. I'm currently satiating my love of film with a Bessa R3M, a Minox 35ML, a Noon pinhole and a couple of Fuji Instax cameras. But I've recently taken to looking at reviews of the Nikon F6. I know it's wrong but I can't seem to help myself. I was wondering if anyone...
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