kodak gold 200 in 120 format

Kodak Gold 200 in 120 format. My Thoughts.

But to my surprise and pleasure the Gold 200 is well, to put it delicately, flaccid........

Very pleased with Progress

The keen eyed amongst you will note a 2 month gap in the “Journey” menu item above. I have spent the free days in...
Epson v850

Scanning Negatives Workflow Update

I have been using my Epson v850 scanner to scan my home developed films for sometime now and thought I would share here how...
Best Film Photo tip ever

Best Film Photography Tip Ever!!!

Someone kindly commented on one of my YouTube videos which reminded me of a tip I got from a very experienced film photographer. I’m...

Back in love with my Bronica ETRSi setup

There are many reasons why I am back in love with my Bronica ETRSi setup of which I share here with you in the...
Jobo CPE3

Jobo CPE3 review

I have added a Jobo CPE3 film processing unit to my dark room kit. I purchased it from FirstCall Photographic who had it delivered...
LomoChrome Metropolis 35 mm ISO 100–400

Lomography Metropolis film 1st roll shot

This is what the guys over at Lomography say about the new Metropolis film “Unique chemical formulas set our LomoChrome color negative films apart....
Epson v850

Scanning Film with the Epson v850

And the new Silverfast Express AI software. I splashed close to £1000 for the scanner and software upgrades as after taking some advice and...

Site Update

Hello and thank you for taking time to visit Vintage Film. I have been slow adding new posts about my adventures in Film Photography...
Giving up on Colour negatives

Giving up on Colour Negatives

Giving up on developing colour negatives at home and my reasons why. What do you think ?...