FPP Listener Chris Gardner shared an image with us! Chris says: “RI beaches, shot with a single use underwater 35mm camera. I found shooting through the plastic waterproof housing gave the pictures a foggy, atmospheric, old timey quality. Frustrations…
Photo by Margus Sootla – https://www.flickr.com/photos/tsiklonaut/ South-Estonia, Kodak Aerochrome color IR film, Pentax 67 camera, 75mm f4.5+orange filter
Image by Vincent Van Kleef Enjoying listening to the FPP gang in the train. Shot with a Olympus OM2-n with Portra 400 Are you up to date on listening to the Film Photography Podcast?
Image by Remy Oliver 4×5 Aerochrome 1443 slides shot on a Toyo 45 CX https://remyolivier.myportfolio.com/projects
Tramlines Crowd The Vivitar PN2011 is a cheap point-and-shoot 35mm camera with a retractable mask to give a panoramic format. Read the FPP PN2011 Camera review HERE. Shoot with the Vivitar PN2011! Pick one up at The FPP On-Line…
Mark Dalzell shot this images on FPP Hand-Roll Kodak Vision Super Low Speed / Nikon S2. This extremely low ISO film yields shifted colors and can be processed standard C-41 https://filmphotographystore.com/products/35mm-color-kodak-super-low-speed-1-roll
Photographer: Michael Raso FPP Color Infrared Film shot in the new FPP MOD Infrared Wide Camera Home processed (Cross Processed) in the FPP Color C-41 KitEpson v700 scan
Photographer: Ariel David Perez Ariel’s 1st underwater shoot using his Canon Elph Sport / Kodak HD200 APS Film (expired 2002) • Image shot August 2015 Ariel on Flickr – https://www.flickr.com/photos/arieldavid/
alt=”emimage-flickr-19705164604″ width=”500″height=”328″ class=”size-full wp-image-1324″ /> Photographer: John Fedele FPP Guy John Fedele loaded some Kodak BW400cn in his trusty Minolta X-700 and snapped this crisp, scary portrait!