Exploring Modern Film Photography
We’re here to share knowledge, answer questions, make recommendations, and share the love of film photography while having a good time.
Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.
– Aaron Siskind –
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I find the film photography world to be a very curious place. It’s fascinating how some film stocks have managed to garner virtually universal appeal, while others are as divisive as they are beloved. Take Kodak TMAX 100, or any of it’s TMAX cousins. I…
I’ve been searching for quite a while for a low speed black and white film capable of capturing a lot of detail while retaining an interesting character. Rollei RETRO 80S would seem to fit this bill perfectly. Earlier this year, in the spring of ’22,…
One of my favourite cameras of all time is the Olympus Pen F, a camera without a light-meter. It demands that I either use an external light-meter or that I …
Noah von Hatten
Professionally I’ve worked as a video editor for that last 3 years, but I’ve always been an avid analogue photography enthusiast and writer. In addition to being the senior writer & editor-in-chief for Aperture Dundee, I also run a YouTube channel under the same name. Film photography has more or less been a part of my life since the beginning, however, I only began to take a serious interest in it as a teenager. In the years since I started I’ve spent countless hours making images, developing film & scanning negatives. I’ve pretty much permanently got a camera in hand, most often loaded with a roll of 35mm black and white film (Retro 80S is one of my favourites). I live in rural Alberta, Canada, one of the most beautiful places on planet earth, with my family and a bunch of animals.