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Black and White Film, when processed at home, takes more time and energy than digital.  While someone who takes a digital photograph may spend more time tweaking their image to perfection the basic workflow from camera to viewable image is faster.  With our hectic lives and need for instant gratification many of us may find ourselves using a point and click, camera phone or possibly a dSLR for the majority of our photography and only using film for special projects.  Lately I’ve been guilty of this, I can barely find time to do my laundry let alone the 20 minutes or so it takes to process a roll of film.  And scanning, forget about it!  But I find time to toil on the internet and do other menial tasks that throughout the day somehow.  I’m not much of a TV watcher so I know that my time isn’t spent doing that.  So here are some ideas for finding the time to get something done that may be a little tedious.

BWFP Blog started out as an idea to bring a collective group of enthusiasts together to contribute to a blog with the purpose of sharing information.  Unfortunately it hasn’t sustained itself and it’s sone the way of most blogs.    I’m posting this to let any subscribers that we have left and anyone passing through know that this blog isn’t dead, it’s just hibernating.  Blame it on the unseasonably warm winter maybe.  Spring has already sprung, early this year.  But at any rate, there will be fresh content here in the not too distant future.  It will still be strictly limited to B&W film. 

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And let’s make this an exchange. If you know of some film-photography or camera-collecting blogs I don’t list, please link to them in the comments!

Utah, United States About Blog Utah Film Photography exists to share our enthusiasm for film photography. We invite photographers, camera collectors, and film aficionados to share their knowledge and inspire current and future film photographers. Utah Film Photography desires to preserve the art of film photography by reusing vintage film cameras. Frequency about 2 posts per month. Since Aug 2014 Website Facebook fans 224. Twitter followers 1,269.

The day the plant closed, it was like the place had turned into a ghost town, for it was pretty much a town in its hayday! The lights were out, and the roads were and land was forever silenced. Like a blot in the city, where light once shone like a photographic beacon, it is now an eerie place to look at. The remaining #9 building, scheduled for future development and restored, is now a destination for firebugs (as it has been torched repeatedly), vandals, local graffiti artists, and Urban Archeological photographers, myself included. Like a skeleton sentinel, standing and watching over, silently, the lands that once were bustling. Now looking like a graveyard… overgrown with weeds, and pitted with holes, like open tombs, from the excavation of the old chemical tanks. The guard booth is now a burned and collapsed wreck.

It was quite the site to see late at night, the lights blazing, trucks entering and exiting at all hours. From flatbeds to tankers and other various delivery trucks.

CONGRATULATIONS to every blogger that has made this Top Film Photography Blogs list! This is the most comprehensive list of best Film Photography blogs on the internet and I’m honoured to have you as part of this! I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world.

Hong Kong About Blog Hi, my name is Vishal and I am the man behind Camera Film Photo. By profession I am a I.T. specialist, but now Camera Film Photo has become my full time job and my objective is to share with you what I love and get more people keeping analogue photography alive. Enjoy the process! Shoot Film! Frequency about 1 post per month. Since Jul 2014 Website Facebook fans 27,743. Twitter followers 2,360.

With the holidays rapidly approaching are you asking for anything film related for the holidays?

About the author: Jim Grey photographs what interests him, but tries to frame his subjects in a way that interests you. Should that fail, in a last-ditch attempt to keep your attention he writes stories about the subjects, or about memories the subjects stir, or about making the photos themselves.

About Blog The members of have committed themselves to shoot one roll of film each week for 52 weeks.. Frequency about 3 posts per week. Since Mar 2014 Website Facebook fans 675. Twitter followers 546.

SO it’s been a while since I or any of the team have posted, very sorry about that. Truth is photography has taken a back seat to other priorities in life. I’m sure you can all relate, sometimes there’s just not enough time to get everything done in a week and before you know it months have passed by. Some predicted it, it’s common in blogs. You start them up, they go great and then they fizzle out. I’m still committed to the blog and will continue to write articles but I can’t make any promises about the frequency of them at this time.

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The first one is called Kodak No.9 and the projects creator Mike N Dawn’s Photography has given us kind permission to share it here.

Mobberley, Cheshire About Blog ILFORD Photo and guests blog about all things film photography and darkroom related Frequency about 1 post per week. Since Jan 2016 Website ilfordphotowordpresscom.word.. Facebook fans 59,336. Twitter followers n/a.

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About Blog A Film photography Blog By 35hunter. Frequency about 3 posts per week. Since Dec 2015 Website Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers n/a.

Fair Lawn, NJ About Blog An Internet Radio Show & On-Line Resource for Film Shooters Worldwide Frequency about 3 posts per month. Since Feb 2009 Website Facebook fans 13,365. Twitter followers 3,703.

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They were also one of the main suppliers of B&W Photo paper, both Kodak, and even ILFORD branded paper. (My wife worked in the B&W Photo paper packing centre).

So what are the tricks of the trade for those fantastic winter photos taken by the masters?  Well one method which seems to be effective is larger format film in slower ISO’s than most of us work with.  Medium format negatives are a big improvement over 35MM in landscape because of the larger surface area.  With more surface area to work with tonal graduations are more gradual.  Slower film captures more detail so break out that tri-pod.   Careful consideration to your metering is also paramount.  If you use the in camera or handheld meter’s recommendation without regard to your scene more than likely you will not get the image your after unless you happen to get lucky.  Like most of you I can’t afford a fancy spot meter.  I do own an inexpensive 300mm zoom lens camera that fits my very affordable EOS 35mm camera with state of the art (in the film era anyway) metering.  Instant spot meter.  It doesn’t weigh much and it’s a nice kit for taking pictures of detailed smaller objects that normally get lost in a landscape as well.

One last pitch.  If anyone is interested in writing articles and being involved with this blog drop a line, I could use the help!  The concept is important to me and I don’t want it to go away, unfortanatley, I have other things going on in my life that prevents me from doing photography very often, let alone writing about it.

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In the late 70s, Kodak Heights employed nearly 5000 employees, and was one of the main chemical manufacturing plants in North America. Nahanni Whiskey, and he can attest to this, was one of the many that would drop off his Kodachrome films for processing at this very building. The Kodak #9 building was the office, and film processing facility, where as the outlying buildings, now nothing more then piles of gravel today, were the main chemical plants.

About Blog A Film Photography Blog. Frequency about 3 posts per month. Since Jan 2014 Website Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers n/a.

Lastly a bit about your kit in winter.  If you have a camera or other gear that relies on batteries bring spare batteries when you’re in near freezing or below temperatures.  Keep them in a pants pocket or somewhere they will stay warm.  Batteries do not always work well in the cold.  It’s a good idea to bring gloves and water.  Even though it’s cold your body can still dehydrate while out hiking.

Taipei, Taiwan. About Blog Hello, my name is Katie and I shoot film. This is where I chronicle my favorite places, favorite people and daily life in Taipei, Taiwan. Frequency about 3 posts per week. Since Jul 2011 Website Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 510.

365 on film 2011 06 22 – #151, a photo by DavyRocket on Flickr.

About Blog A Film Photography Blog. Frequency about 4 posts per week. Since Aug 2009 Website Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers n/a.

About Blog EMULSIVE is a space for film photographers of all ages and backgrounds to share their knowledge, experience and thoughts about everything related to film photography. Frequency about 14 posts per week. Since Jun 2015 Website Facebook fans 2,875. Twitter followers 5,903.

Singapore About Blog Welcome to my film photography blog! I am Nicole and I shoot film. In short, Film Based Traveler is my blog to share my combined interest of travel and photography. Currently, I blog mainly about film photography, the technique I learnt and showcasing samples of film at FILM LOOK so readers can have a grasp of its look. Frequency about 1 post per week. Since Sep 2016 Website Facebook fans 64. Twitter followers 12.

SE20, London About Blog A Film Photography Blog by Laura Ward. Frequency about 1 post per month. Since Jan 2017 Website Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 1,044.

About Blog Company Overview – Shutterbug provides the serious photographer a unique combination of inspiring feature stories, the latest test reports, and pro topics in every issue. Inside every monthly issue you’ll get lighting pointers, pro studio tips, test reports, business trends, and much more! Shutterbug is dedicated to helping photographers enhance their creative potential. Frequency about 1 post per month. Since Nov 2004 Website Facebook fans 269,408. Twitter followers 2,561.

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“It was definitely an eye opener. My wife worked there back in 2003 through to 2005, shortly before it started to pack up and close. In 2005, Kodak announced they would be closing the doors to Kodak Heights for good, as it was outsourcing the work over seas, and on the other side of the country. I believe it was a cost cutting measure, but sadly it also meant the loss of more then 800 jobs.

I do have one more set of images left to do here. I need to reunite my Kodak Duaflex IV with the land that gave birth to it.”

Jim has collected film cameras since boyhood, but he didn’t make photographs in earnest until after he turned 40. He shares his photos and words on his blog, Down the Road. As midlife crises go, it’s been arguably less expensive than buying sports cars and carrying on with women half his age.

Winter photography has it’s own set of unique challenges.  White snow against dark trees makes for a high contrast scene.  You want to keep you snow white but you don’t want to loose the detail of the texture in most cases, and you also may want to keep some detail in the trees if you can help it.  If you meter snow and over expose by 2 stops you will get white snow but often times the overexposure will make for very high contrast.  When printing this loss of detail can be catastrophic to your image if not handled correctly, which takes a lot of work.  Scanning gives you more control as long as the information was captured on the negative, but it may not be as visually appealing as the scene looked to the human eye when captured.

In this time of film’s resurgence, perhaps you might enjoy following some of the same film photo bloggers I do. So here’s my master list.

About Blog Gary Seronik is an avid photographer living in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He began taking pictures in 1980 when he received his first camera (a well used Zeiss Ikon Continamatic) from a favourite uncle. Frequency about 4 posts per month. Since Aug 2011 Website Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers n/a.

Dedicate an evening to processing film.  If you can set aside a couple of hours to process film once a week you’ll be doing good.

Milton, ON About Blog Capturing Beauty in Everything Welcome to Alex Luyckx Photography. I offer a variaty of photographic services throughout Southern Ontario. Frequency about 3 posts per week. Since Sep 2010 Also in Street Photography Blogs Website Facebook fans 190. Twitter followers 1,440.

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Despite my best efforts content on the blog has been lacking, sorry!

We have some great people in the bwfp flickr group and they certainly came up trumps when asked about their photography projects. The plan is to feature the some of projects that were put forward.

35hunter — Dan talks technique and gear, and shares his work. 52 Rolls — A group blog from photographers who commit to shooting one roll of film a week for a year. Every year the crop of photographers changes.

Alex Luyckx — A dedicated film photographer shares his work. All My Cameras – Christoph in Germany and his growing collection. In German and in English. Analog Anecdotes — Film photography, from the photographer’s Minoltas.

Awesome Cameras — Couldn’t tell you who writes this, and the blog doesn’t take comments (note to author: wish you would), but he/she does some nice work Best in Black and White — The official Ilford blog, with lots of shots on Ilford films from photographers everywhere.

Between light and shadow, a borderline — Roy shares what he’s learned about film photography and shows us his work. Blatherskite — Moni writes about many things, but mostly about film photography.

Broken Camera.Club — Mostly reviews of mostly obscure gear. burnt embers — “ehpem” has shot less digital and more film since 2013, and this blog reflects that. Camera Legend — Sam collects legendary cameras and writes about using them.

Canny Cameras — Gear reviews and photographs. This site explained why the Lomography 110 film I use sometimes leaves light spots on some images. A tip of the hat for that. Captured by Film — Frequent postings of film images.

Casual Photophile — This site written by James and his crew sets the Internet standard for vintage gear reviews. Excellent writing, excellent images, great cameras. Highly recommended. Curating Cuteness — Katie shoots film with a small stable of cameras and posts images nearly every day.

Daniel J. Schneider — Daniel posts gear and film reviews, as well as writes about his photographic journey. Emulsive — A blog that aims to prove that film photography isn’t hard. Exploratorius — Mitch shoots both film and digital, and teaches post-processing technique.

Film Advance — Gary shares images from his eclectic collection of film cameras. Filmosaur — A Luddite not opposed to technology, if that makes sense. Film Photography Blog — A straightforwardly named blog from the Film Shooters Collective.

Film Photography Project — You gotta include the blog of the FPP gang. Fogdog Blog — John and his Nikons and his Pentaxes and the northern California coast. For the easily distracted… — Rhianne in the UK shoots film, and lots of it.

I Still Shoot Film – A group blog about all things film. Jeanne Yang Photography — Lots of 35mm film passes through Jeanne’s cameras. John’s Cameras — As the title suggests. Kevin the Photographer — Film photographs, technique, and processing.

Little Black Star – Eric likes expired medium-format film and Polaroid pack film. Neil Kesterson’s Photo Blog — A lifelong journey in film. North East Liberties — Michael shares scenes from the region of Northern Ireland his blog is named after.

His specialty is printing. Photobooth Journal — I suppose these are mostly film images, but I know that all of them are from photo booths. Katherine has built a fascinating collection of such photos, old and new.

Photography and Vintage Cameras – Mike does great work with his old cameras, especially in black and white. Ramblings from the Carrot Room — SilverFox moved from the UK to the US and records his life on film.

Random Camera Blog – Mark shoots frequently with his old cameras and shares the results here. Photo-Analogue – Nicholas shares photos from his 20 film cameras and discusses tech and technique. Seeing Wide — Photo walks and street photography, on film.

Shelly Sometimes — Shelly is a photographer and graphic designer who favors film. Shimmering Grains — Marie’s film images. Based in Sweden but written in English. Short Stories — Gerald in the UK and his black-and-whites.

Often with interesting stories to tell about them, hence the title. shot on film — New images from old cameras. Slow Photography — Film photographs from simple vintage cameras. Straight, No Chaser — Derek fixes up old cameras and makes them sing again.

the6millionpman — Lots of medium format. The Resurrected Camera — Joe explores and discovers with his old film cameras. Urban Hafner Photography — Software developer by day, film photographer when he can find a moment.

Utah Film Photography — Vintage gear photographs and reviews. Zorki Photo — Stephen dispels the myths about film: that it’s too hard and too expensive.

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Ann Arbor, MI About Blog have been photographing since I was about 12 years old. My first camera was a Kodak 126 Instamatic and I still have all the negatives from those early days. I really enjoy shooting with older manual film-based equipment. For me, photography is an ongoing journey. I don’t know where I will end up, but I am always changing routes and finding my way around. Frequency about 3 posts per month. Since Oct 2004 Also in Camera Blogs Website Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers n/a.

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Le Marais, Paris, France About Blog I Still Shoot Film is a photography blog dedicated to the art of film photography, sharing inspiring work from photographers around the globe. Frequency about 4 posts per month. Since Dec 2009 Website Facebook fans 17,524. Twitter followers 21,115.

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of viewing Wolfgang Moersch’s photostream on on Flickr you might have seen some of his winter work done with his Blad and Holga.  Wolfgang Moersch is a master printer and has been at this for a while which is evident by the images he produces.   If you’ve never seen his work go check it out, it’s simply amazing.

Worcester, UK About Blog I love cameras, and I make no excuse for that. I love buying them, playing with them, learning their foibles and working within and around their limitations. Frequency about 7 posts per week. Since May 2013 Website Facebook fans 6,918. Twitter followers 2,840.

I’ve collected and shot film cameras for 40 years, but only started blogging about it in the last decade or so. I went looking for other blogging camera collectors and film photographers, hoping to find community among others of like mind. I found several and have been amply rewarded by sharing in their adventures.

This adventure into the life of what once was a photographic giant, was both insightful and eye opening, and sadly depressing.

UK About Blog A Film Photography Blog Frequency about 2 posts per week. Website Facebook fans 137. Twitter followers 1,276.

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About Blog A Film Photography Blog. Frequency about 1 post per month. Since Feb 2011 Website Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers n/a.

Jim recently published his first book of his film photography, which you can preview here.

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Find something new to shoot, a new film or purchase a new camera (swap with a buddy or go to a thrift store if you’re on a tight budget).  When I have a new camera I always find time to shoot at least a roll of film to run the camera through it’s passes.  If I travel to a new location I’ll normally increase my average roll output by a large margin.

While it’s still the early stage of fall where I live for our friends in the North winter is already well on it’s way.  Hope you were able to get some nice fall colors with your slide film when it was at it’s peak!  For me when winter arrives it’s time to focus on black and white photography.  I shoot black and white year round but I find that the funnest and most challenging time to shoot landscape photography is in the winter.  Something about the starkness of trees that have lost most of their leaves, snow on the ground and ice on the ponds and lakes makes for really interesting photography.  Plus it gives me an excuse to get out of the house on otherwise cold and dreary days.

Nha Trang About Blog Shooting Film is a daily blog for all things analogue: from 35mm, medium format to large format, color to black and white, negative to slide films, and even instant film. Frequency about 1 post per week. Since Jul 2012 Website Facebook fans 12,248. Twitter followers 789.

To see more of the project then follow this link to Mike N Dawn’s page on flickr

We may have to go monthly! We’ve been slacking on the FOTW feature here. Sorry!

Tokyo, Japan About Blog A Film Photography blog. Frequency about 4 posts per week. Since Apr 2011 Website Facebook fans 42,359. Twitter followers 14,304.

San Diego, California About Blog An international collective of film photographers. Providing inspiration, reviews, and photo essays each week on our blog. Our goal is to provide film photographers with opportunity, community, and education. Frequency about 2 posts per week. Since Jan 2014 Website Facebook fans 6,272. Twitter followers 6,454.

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Munich, Germany About Blog A Film Photography Blog. I’m a software developer by day, but I shoot with analog gear whenever I have the time. Frequency about 1 post per month. Since Nov 2012 Website Facebook fans 200. Twitter followers 1,538.

Pay someone else to do it for you.  Hey, it’s an option, not one that would work for me, but if you just don’t have the time…  Personally I’d rather just shoot digital since I’m giving up the control that keeps me shooting film in the first place.

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