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The Best 35mm Film (I Shot and Reviewed 12+ Rolls) | Cultured Kiwi The Top 10 Color Negative 35mm Film Stocks. Kodak Portra 400. Fujifilm Fujicolor Superia 1600. Kodak Gold 200. Fuji Pro 400H. Fuji Velvia 50. Kodak Portra 800. Kodak ColorPlus 200. Lomography Color 100. #flimphotography #35mm #filmisnotdead

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Image by Takkk - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikipedia Commons Don’t look now, but film is making a comeback! The reason why is that it’s still a great way to capture distinctive images that express your personal vision.

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If you're looking to get into shooting medium format film but aren't sure which film stock to start with, check out this helpful 16-minute video by The

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The film community is a high point of the internet. Coming back to film after a 20+ year hiatus was facilitated by all of the excellent work that has been done over the last few years. My return home would have been a painful, stressful, and expensive affair without the help everyone (thanklessly) offered me. All topics from camera selection to processing were thoughtfully explained online and directly with helpful people in person and in some of the forums. From time to time, however, I…

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Today we're going to break it down so that you can find your favorite color negative 35mm film stock. Discover the perfect balance between price, quality, and speed for you so that you can start shooting.

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When you think about film, Kodak always comes to mind, but one film in particular that has reigned for quite some time is the 200 ISO Gold series film in the Kodacolor family.

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Film stock comparison between Fuji Superia X-TRA 400 and Kodak Ultramax 400. Learn all about these two 35mm consumer films and see which one is best for you!

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Selecting the best 35mm film for your needs is a daunting task. We usually just pick one and go. We purchased and shot each roll of film to help you pick ...

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