Dubblefilm is a creative company that produces special effects films and neat analog cameras. Dubblefilm launched in 2017 with a mission to bring fun and thrill to the analog film world. Today, they have done just that! Dubblefilm created a unique and memorable line of film textures that will set your photos apart from others.
Not only are their film rolls fantastic to use, but they also come in unique retro packaging that reflects the film's texture - to give you a preview of how the film will look.
Film photography has become increasingly popular again. The film gives you that timeless and vintage look people crave. It is also fun to try out different film textures for a unique look that digital photography can't provide you (unless it is heavily photoshopped). I strongly recommend everyone flirting with the idea of analog photography and giving these film rolls a try.
Here is a list of one of my favorite cameras and several of their film rolls. Each film roll offers a distinctive perspective:
Dubblefilm SHOW Camera Turquoise w/ Flash Case Strap
This camera is one of my absolute favorites out of the analog line. This one, in particular, has such a fun color and build, and I love its impressive body because of its retro look.
The Dubblefilm Show is a 35mm reusable camera with flash that comes with an affordable price tag. With the popularity of disposable cameras back on the rise, this nifty little thing should take its place! Instead of constantly buying a disposable camera each time you leave the house for a party, purchase one of these things!
Dubblefilm Apollo 400 Film, 35mm, 36 Exp
One of their newer films is the 400-speed Apollo film roll. Dubblefilm created this using Kodak Ultramax as the base layer to help boost the fantastic quality. Apollo has rich yellow highlights and deep blue shadows, instantly catching your viewer's eye. The overall result in this film roll is warm and sultry colors.
Dubblefilm Stereo 200 Film, 35mm, 36 Exp
Dubblefilm and Revolog partnered up to create Stereo. The film roll begins with a red tint that slowly transitions to a blue hue throughout the roll.
You will get a groovy look if you use this film! Be cautious. This film can be easy to overexpose!
Dubblefilm Solar Film, 35mm, 36 Exp
The Dubblefilm Solar is an exploratory color-negative film roll. It produces a bright warmth and haziness that makes me think of summer in the 60s (or what I would imagine it to be!). The colors are gorgeous, and it has neat light leak effects to make your photographs pop. This roll is packed with red, yellow, and orange stripes to add pizazz to your images.
Dubblefilm JELLY 400 Color Negative Film - 35mm 36 exp
Another film with Kodak Ultramax as the base layer is the Dubblefilm Jelly. Jelly is a smooth 400-color film roll with distinctive soft gradients throughout the image. You will sometimes see areas of red, orange, or blue peek out through the silky gradients.
Dubblefilm DAILY B and W - 36 Exposure ISO 400 35mm Black and White Film
For a tried and true film roll, turn to the Dubblefilm Daily Black & White. You will get beautiful results every time. Take pictures in good lighting conditions and get timeless black-and-white films.
Dubblefilm Pacific ISO 200 Film, 35mm, 36 Exp
For a refreshing look, check out the Dubblefilm Pacific. This 35mm film roll and sublime blue and green hues. Your photos will have a dreamy look to give them an edge. I love the mellow tones because they will give your photographs a vintage look.
Dubblefilm Bubblegum - 35mm Film
For a candy-sweet colored look, check out the Dubblefilm Bubblegum roll. Just like bubblegum, you will get those irresistible pink and blue hues found on bubble gum. This roll might pick up some purple hues, depending on your lighting conditions. It is a fun and poppy film roll with cute pastel tones.
All in all, Dubblefilm is a great go-to brand for those interested in film photography. You need to invest in a few rolls if you aren't shy about experimentation and taking a trip on the wild side. I love the surprise you get once the photos develop since you aren't aware of where the fun light streaks and textures will appear.
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