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The goal of this website is just to promote film photography. Below is a list with some points.
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Simplicity
Film photography is easy when using standard film.
Advantage of using standard film
- Film is readily available in your local store.
- You get the developed and scanned film roll back fast, often in as little as 1 hour.
- Scanned film is delivered on a CD for easy storage.
- It's easy to share files from the CD and does not require additional computer software.
- The negatives can always be re-scanned in higher quality if needed.
Camera/Lens used
All photos were captured with a Leica M7 film camera and APO-Summicron-M 50 mm f/2 ASPH lens.

Samples


Scanned negatives for free download and use, click to download fullsize photos.
Film: Ilford Pan F Plus ISO 50 (<3.5MB)
Film: Ilford XP2 400 (<1.5MB)
Film: Fujifilm Superia 200 (<1.5MB)
Film: Fujifilm Superia X-Tra 400 (<1.5MB)

Color


The summer/fall is a great time for color photography, especially when using a film camera. Fujifilm Superia 200 film. Autumn leaves can make a colorful landscape. Dark tree branches and yellow-orange leaves are great motives for fall.

Black and White


Focus on black & white photography. The photos shown here were captured on Ilford Pan F Plus Iso 50 film, it's just scanned negatives - no additional adjustments were needed.

Reportage


Collections of photos on specific topics or places.
The fall/winter is, in my opinion, a great time for black & white photography, especially when using a film camera. When the leaves has fallen from the trees there's not much color left in the landscape. Tree branches and old buildings are great black & white motives. Boring, low contrast landscapes are the best!
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The goal of this website is just to promote film photography.