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The Film Photography Project salutes the work of its talented photographers from around the globe.

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The Film Photography Project salutes the work of its talented photographers from around the globe.

Lily At Sea

Lily At Sea

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…

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Do You Listen?

Do You Listen?

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?

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Tramlines Crowd by Tony Kemplen

Tramlines Crowd by Tony Kemplen

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…

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Caribbean Dream

Caribbean Dream

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

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Underwater Shot using APS Film

Underwater Shot using APS Film

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/

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Halloween

Halloween

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!

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