One of our favorite things at the Film Photography Project (FPP) is testing new film, cameras and film photography gear in order to share tips, tutorials – and photos! – with other avid film enthusiasts. Recently, we were very excited to hear from French film photographer Vincent Moschetti, who filled us in on his new, unique hand-rolled Panochromatic black and white film: Street Candy ATM ... [Read More]
Join FPP at the Obscura Darkroom Grand Opening Event in Newark NJ!
The Obscura Darkroom will kick off a weekend “open house” with a Grand Opening Event beginning at 7pm Friday January 11, 2019 at its new location at 50-60 Dickerson St Suite 203 Newark NJ 07103. (Grand opening Facebook page here) FPPers Michael Raso, Leslie Lazenby, Mat Marrash, Mark Dalzell, John Fedele and Mark O'Brien will be attending! The brainchild of NJ based fine art film photographer ... [Read More]
120 Film – Kodak Uses New Backing Paper
Guest blog by Johnny Martyr A few weeks ago, I picked up a Yashica A TLR and was eager to test it. I bought a fresh 5- roll-box of Kodak Tri-X 120. When I opened the film, I was surprised to see that the backing paper design was different and had a waxy sheen to it. I found that, in use, it was a little more difficult to pull the paper tight at the end of an exposed roll, perhaps due to ... [Read More]
KODAK EKTACHROME Film will be released in 35mm still film, Super 8 and 16mm
To the Delight of Photographers and Filmmakers Everywhere, New EKTACHROME Films to Begin Shipping The Film Photography Project is thrilled to present the following press release from Kodak. Kodak Ektachrome film will be available in 35mm, 16mm and Super 8 in the coming weeks at our on-line store. You can order 35mm Ektachrome TODAY HERE. Please sign up for our newsletter on the home page for ... [Read More]
Kodak Alaris Revives KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 3200 35mm Film
Kodak Alaris Revives KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film ROCHESTER, N.Y. February 23, 2018 – Kodak Alaris announced today that it is bringing back KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 35mm Film, a multi-speed panchromatic black-and-white negative film. While the nominal film speed of P3200 TMZ is ISO 800, the “P” means it’s designed to be push processed to EI 3200 or higher. This film excels when ... [Read More]
Film Photography Crowdfunding Explosion 2017!
Blog by Michael Raso You've heard the key words...Crownfunding...Kickstarter...Indie Go-Go. What is it? According to fundable.com, crowdfunding is "a method of raising capital through the collective effort of friends, family, customers, and individual investors. This approach taps into the collective efforts of a large pool of individuals—primarily online via social media and crowdfunding ... [Read More]