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A Walkthrough of How a Cinematic Travel Film was Shot and Edited

[ad_1] A Walkthrough of How a Cinematic Travel Film was Shot and Edited Where usually we can only sit in awe of a videographer’s creation, this time you can learn exactly how it was done. Aidin Robbins is filmmaker whose following is growing quickly, and for good reason. He’s a fantastic storyteller, videographer, and video editor, creating shot travel films that are truly a joy to watch. From the first short Robbins created that happened to land in front of me, […]

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A Primer to Shooting Film in 2020: Film Stocks

[ad_1] A Primer to Shooting Film in 2020: Film Stocks With the popularity of film photography getting traction, it’s time you get caught up. Let’s talk about your film options.  The is the second of the three articles meant to act as an introduction to film photography for those that are looking to get into it as well as those that have maybe shot through a few rolls but still want to learn more. The first article, about choosing a […]

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Getting Your First Medium Format Film Camera? Check Out This Guide to the Options

[ad_1] Getting Your First Medium Format Film Camera? Check Out This Guide to the Options When it comes to picking up your first medium format camera, the sheer number of options can be quite daunting. Moreover, the different types of options (SLR, TLR, and rangefinder) can cover uncharted territory.  In this video, Kyle McDougall covers the full array of options available for medium format film cameras. Though he covers a lot ground and goes into depth in some areas, the way […]

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Steve McCurry Shoots the Last Roll of Kodachrome Film

[ad_1] Steve McCurry Shoots the Last Roll of Kodachrome Film “All good things must come to an end.” It’s a common theme throughout this special by National Geographic in which we follow Steve McCurry on his quest of shooting the last roll of Kodak Kodachrome film ever made. It’s a pretty daunting and heavy assignment to be sure – one McCurry is no stranger to. That fact is even more apparent when we learn that it was McCurry who asked […]

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Photograph the Milky Way on Digital and Film With Gear You Already Have

[ad_1] Photograph the Milky Way on Digital and Film With Gear You Already Have Getting untracked photos of the Milky Way is significantly easier than you may think for both digital and film. The approach for film is much different than digital but still attainable with the right approach. Before I begin, this is a short guide on shooting the Milky Way without a tracker using gear that you may already have or can get without a great deal of […]

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Incredible Film Shows the Raw and Rugged Beauty of the Oregon Coast

[ad_1] Incredible Film Shows the Raw and Rugged Beauty of the Oregon Coast From its pulse pounding opening scene of a photographer seemingly cheating death as a massive wave breaks on the rocks in front of him, Ben Canales and his partner, John Waller at Uncage The Soul Productions, have created a film that beautifully shows the unique and rugged Oregon Coast like you have never seen it before. On assignment for the Travel Oregon to showcase the Oregon Coast […]

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Are You Even a Film Photographer If You’re Not Processing Your Own Black and White?

[ad_1] Are You Even a Film Photographer If You’re Not Processing Your Own Black and White? Of course, any photographer who enjoys shooting film is just as much a film photographer as anyone else. Processing your own black and white, however, is a rite of passage for film photographers. Why Shoot Black and White Film? There comes a point for every photographer who tries film when they eventually shoot black and white. Yes, yes, I know: there are plenty of people […]

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The Unofficial Film of the ‘Film Look’: A Long-Term Review of Kodak Portra 400

[ad_1] The Unofficial Film of the ‘Film Look’: A Long-Term Review of Kodak Portra 400 Kodak Portra 400 was the very first film I shot when I get back into film, and it remains my go-to for color negative film. Sure, there are others. None of them come close, however, to the popularity of Portra 400. What’s not to love about Kodak Portra 400? It has an amazing way of rendering colors in such a way that digital photographs just […]

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Nikon’s Last Film Camera Has Been Recalled by the European Union

[ad_1] Nikon’s Last Film Camera Has Been Recalled by the European Union Product recalls tend to produce something between concern and shock in consumers, especially when they come years after initial production. And while Nikon is no stranger to recalls, a safety recall on one of their camera bodies might meet consumer reaction closer to the shock end of the spectrum. Nikon’s F6 film camera, regarded by many as one of the best film cameras ever produced, is (you might […]

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5 Cinematography Styles That Every Film Uses

[ad_1] 5 Cinematography Styles That Every Film Uses The look of a film or feature can make or break even the best storyline or acting. For that reason, and many others, a lot of thought goes into the style of a film. Here are five that every film draws from. I am by no means an expert on film or cinema, but it’s something I enjoy both as a photographer and as a normal viewer. Cinematic styles have become the […]

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