Film Photography Tips

Back in the day, film photography had one significant advantage over digital photography: the technology made it possible to capture far superior image quality. That's no longer the case, as digital images now have a resolution that exceeds 45.4 megapixels...

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Best Film for Canon AE-1

When will you ship my order?

If you order 35mm film from our website Monday-Friday by 3:45 PM PST, we will ship your order the same day. We do not ship on the weekends, so orders made on Saturday or Sunday will be shipped out on Monday.

What is the most popular 35mm film?

The most popular 35mm films are known for their distinct qualities and come from brands like Kodak, Ilford, Fujifilm, Lomography, Revolog, Dubblefilm, Flic Film, Cinestill, Harman, and Film Photography Project.

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There is something magical about film photography. Not only is the retro aspect of it fun, but the process of just waiting for your photo to develop can send chills down the spine of many avid photographers. If you start in film photography, you have come to the right place.

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Film Photography Project is one of the neatest companies to help put the professional film industry back on the map! They sell film and accessories but also make their unique film.

Starting in 2009, this company set out to motivate photographers alike to create content to inspire an audience. 

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Revolog is a unique film roll company based out of Austria that creates special effects films. These films are meant for analog photographic cameras. This brand started in 2009 and was fully launched in 2010 by photographers Michael Krebs and Hanna Pribitzer. Read Revolog Film Review

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.

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Many people prefer digital photography over classic film, and it is quick and timely. However, you are missing out on timeless photos if you overlook the elegance of film photography. Do not hesitate to run out and grab equipment for this satisfying hobby.

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35mm Film

Exploring film photography? B&C Camera offers a range of 35mm film from classic to creative. You'll find dependable choices like Kodak and Ilford, ideal for capturing a variety of scenes with their consistent quality. For those looking to add a unique touch to their photos, films from Lomography and Revolog provide vibrant colors and artistic effects.

Each brand brings a different feel to your photography, allowing you to experiment and find your favorite style. Visit B&C Camera to check out our 35mm film selection and start your journey into the tactile world of film photography.

Frequently Asked Questions About Film

Absolutely! We’ve got a variety of 35mm films from brands like Kodak, Ilford, and Fujifilm. Whether you're into color or black and white, there's plenty to choose from.

The cost of 35mm film has risen due to increased demand and the intricate manufacturing process. But we ensure you get the best value for these quality films.

35mm film has a timeless charm. Its unique aesthetic, combined with the thrill of analog photography, makes it a favorite among both professionals and hobbyists.

The demand for 35mm film has surged, leading to occasional shortages. But here at B&C Camera, we strive to keep your favorite films in stock.

In 2024, factors like raw material costs and the specialized production process have led to higher prices. We're committed to offering a diverse range at competitive prices.

It might! Older film can produce unique, sometimes unpredictable results. It's part of the fun of experimenting with vintage films.

Over time, undeveloped film can degrade, especially if not stored properly. But you might still get some interesting and unexpected results.

Yes, it often can be! The results might be different from fresh film, but that's the beauty of working with older film stocks.

Expired film is popular for its unpredictable effects and unique color shifts, offering a creative twist to traditional film photography.

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