This film is versatile: it's rather fast, it has a very pleasant and soft look, it’s forgiving, it’s standard and easy to find… It may be a little pricy but it’s definitely worth it.
People always fight about this: which Leica is the best between the Leica M3 and the Leica M6? Well, the M3 is definitely more of a legend but the M6 is technically better and easier to use in most situations. Here are the main differences between the two cameras and here is why the M3 … Continue reading Do you want a Leica M3 when you already have a Leica M6?
Instant cameras got very popular some years ago thanks to the release of the Fuji Instax series. But Polaroid finally managed to recreate a classic instant camera with some awesome new modern features in the overall design of the product.
I made the decision to start to shoot film a little more than a year ago. This decision actually changed my approach to digital photography.
A Rollei 35, an Olympus MJU, an Olympus XA, A Ricoh GR1 etc. all these cameras are totally worth to buy! The image quality might not be the best (but is usually enough), but I guarantee you will capture unique and valuable memories!
Probably one of the most famous film camera around. Yes, it is expensive, but I doubt you’ll regret it if you manage to buy one!
Basically: choose a wider lens, close your aperture, set your focus, and start to shoot without focusing again during the whole session.
This is probably the most important rule in film photography and in photography in general, the Sunny 16 rule helps you get the correct exposure in daylight even if your camera doesn’t have a light meter or if it is not reliable enough.
Here are the 10 main reasons why I went From Digital To Film a little more than a year ago.
To keep it straight and simple : yes, you should!