Category Archives: Tutorials

When shooting indoors, we gravitate towards our only source of natural daylight, windows!  Shooting with window light is a great way to keep yourself shooting all year round, even during rainy weather. However, the way you position your subject can play a major role on the outcome of an image. The images below are shot using […]

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Despite it’s high ISO, Delta 3200 is truly the most light hungry film of all the black and white film stocks. You can see in the comparison below, this film stock responds well to overexposure. The closer you rate this film to box speed, the grainier it will become. If you want to reduce this grain, you’ll […]

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When the weather is cold and brides simply don’t want a 15-degree wedding, most photographers find their bookings start to slow. While we are currently in said slow season, we have a suggestion for you that will get you prepared for when things pick up again: Get your camera serviced. Nothing is better than hitting […]

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Did you know that where you live can affect your film? We are lucky enough to have film shooters send us film from all around the world! We thought it would be helpful to talk about shooting film in humid or wet environments. You can see in the image below that there is faint writing and numbers […]

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Because of the increased latitude of Portra 400, we’ve received many requests to scan and edit Portra 400 to look like Fuji 400H. Because of this, we want to let you in on a little secret! Our lab can make them look similar to save you a few extra bucks. We understand most people won’t be shooting these two […]

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