We all know that film loves good light. So what happens when you’re stuck in a low light scenario? Can you shoot film then? The answer is yes! Below are a few tips for when you find yourself at a dimly lit wedding reception or in an indoor space with less light than you expected: […]

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Three Tips for Shooting Film in Low Light Scenarios

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Today we’re talking all about traveling with your business with Abby Grace Springmann of Abby Grace Photography, Faith Wright of Winsome and Wright, and D’Arcy Benincosa of D’Arcy Benincosa! If you’re looking to add more travel into your photography business this year, or you’re planning on moving your photo business to a new geographical area, then this post […]

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Traveling With Your Photo Business

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Consumer grade film stocks (like Kodak Gold, Agfa Vista, Superia, Fujicolor) are easily accessible and less expensive than many professional grade film stocks. They are a great option for those starting out with film photography or for personal work as well! Here are some tips on how to get the most out of consumer grade film stocks: Cut […]

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Tips for Shooting Consumer Grade Film Stocks

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Today we’re talking all about Ilford Delta 3200! Watch the video below for information about this film stock, as well as some tips and tricks on how to get the best results when shooting Delta 3200.  Things to remember about Delta 3200… Has the potential for high grain and is one of the lower contrast […]

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How to Shoot Ilford Delta 3200

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In the latest installment of our advice column series, we’re talking all about family photography!  We hope that those of you who are in the thick of family session season find a little encouragement from what Alexandria Smith of Daphne Mae Photography, Brooke Schultz of Brooke Schultz Photography, and Melese Miller of Melese Miller Photography had […]

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Photographing Families on Film

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It’s our final installment of our medium format film camera series! Today we’re highlighting 6×7 cameras. “6×7” refers roughly to the size (in centimeters) and ratio of images shot on this type of camera: 6×7 cameras shoot rectangle images. As a plus, 6×7 matches the golden ratio, so these dimensions are particularly pleasing to the […]

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6×7 Medium Format Film Cameras

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