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Film

Whether you’re interested in shooting 35mm film, or medium-format film, you’ll find our film section the place to learn more. With articles on film processing and developing, choosing the best film, the best 35mm film cameras, guides on how to get the best results, and more.

  • How to start a camera collection

    How to start a camera collection

    February 3, 2021

    Discover the basics of starting a camera collection, with practical advice and buying tips - it's a great project for the lockdown as you can often shop online. Vintage camera expert John Wade is your guide

  • 120 Medium Format film masterclass

    120 Medium Format film masterclass

    October 19, 2020

    Master 120 medium format film photography as used in Mamiya and Rolleiflex cameras - Mike Crawford shows you how to get the most from this attractive format

  • The essential guide to shooting film

    The essential guide to shooting film

    September 2, 2020

    Whether you’re a newcomer to film or revisiting it, Matt Parry explains all you need to know to kickstart your love of analogue photography

  • Best used film cameras revealed

    Best used film cameras revealed

    August 21, 2020

    Bagging second-hand bargains doesn't just mean digital cameras. John Wade reveals some of his best-buy film cameras

  • Film camera bargains

    Film camera bargains

    September 19, 2019

    Despite the convenience of digital, shooting with film cameras can still be rewarding. Andy Westlake takes you through some of his favourites

  • Tips for black and white photography

    Tips for black and white photography

    March 13, 2016

    We may live in a colourful world, but your photographs of it don’t always have to be. Black & white photography is back in vogue and creating stunning results is easier than ever

  • Essential Guide to Shooting Film

    Essential Guide to Shooting Film

    April 20, 2015

    Fancy shooting things old-style? Film might surprise you with its creative possibilities. Andrew Sanderson explains the basics