Before there was digital photography, 35mm film ruled the imaging landscape. We had 24 to 36 frames per roll of film to express ourselves creatively and capture moments. In the modern era, there are tons of analogue film options available that allow for unique and authentic-feeling experiences that evoke a strong, personal style of photography. This course explores:
various film cameras, from SLRs to Lomo-style toy cameras and everything in between
methods of developing and scanning our film
unique methods of presenting our photo work
incorporating film grain and the push/ pull technique
and much more!
9 video lessons covering what makes 35mm photography unique in the modern era from art photographer and educator David Miller