Tips and Techniques No. 002 – Push Processing Film

[Editor’s Note – James here with a quick message to introduce the next contributor to our new Tips and Techniques segment. Cameron Kline is someone you may be familiar with; he’s an editorial photographer and the founder of Film Shooters Collective. Today he tells us all about push processing – what it is, how to do it, and why we should care. Enjoy.] Have you ever found yourself in an ideal situation with a less than ideal film in your bag? It’s a sunny…

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10 Holiday Gifts for Photo Geeks + Another Giveaway

The holidays are almost here and you’ve got shopping to do, either for yourself or for another photo geek on your list. Not sure what to buy? Need some inspiration? We got you covered. Here are ten fantastic gifts…

Featured Photophile No. 005 Shaq Baker Shoots India

Featured Photophile, our recurring segment showcasing talented amateur photographers, is back. Today we’re spotlighting a young photophile named Shaq Baker, and while he’s a prolific photo maker, we’re solely focusing on a series of film shots he made during a trip to India. Shaq…

Tips and Techniques No. 001 – The Subject is the Subject

[Editor’s Note – Hey everyone. James here. We’re launching a new feature on CP. Every week, with the help of some really talented pro photographers, we’ll bring you a brief post highlighting a simple way that you can improve…

Ilford HP5 Plus – Black and White Film Profile

We all know a knockoff when we see it. Fake Rolexes, certain Russian motorcycles, and pretty much anything bought off of a street cart in Hong Kong, these poor quality imitators just can’t match their real deal counterparts. It’s no…

5 Reasons to Shoot Film When Traveling

Got a trip coming up? Are you the kind of person who shoots both film and digital cameras? Then let me make a suggestion; the next time you’re traveling, leave the DSLR at home and only shoot film. I know…

Pentax K1000 – Camera Review

A plump, chunky camera stares at me from across the room. I avert my eyes and glance back at the computer screen, my stomach growing queasy with anxiety. Writing about this camera is proving tiresome, and I start to…

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