Archive for the ‘Film Reviews’ category

This is for all of you who want to learn what to avoid when using it, and some of these shots demonstrate just what is going on between those sheets. I enjoy periodically having a terrible result with instant film. The more erroneous prints I have, the closer I know I am to having made [...]

I find that the black and white instant films offered by Fuji have much better exposure latitude and sharpness than their color film offering.

Any medium format camera you buy will likely have 3 possible film types for a back, 120, 220, or instant film. The cost of slide film and commercial development are equal to the cost of a 10 pack of Fuji instant film, making each exposure cost about $1 without shipping factored in. So, if both [...]