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Film

Film is not dead, long live film! We stock branded film including Kodak, Fuji and Agfa in both 35mm size and also medium format, 120 roll film. If you are looking to buy a film, it is important to decide whether you are going to be using it mainly indoors or outdoors, as some films are more sensative to light than others. The lower the ISO number, the better the film is in bright light and the finer the grain is (that equates to noise in digital terms), so if you are on holiday in the sahara, choose a 100 or even 50 ISO film, to give well saturated, sharp images, unless you are going for the grainy look, in which case use the 400 ISO. If you are indoors at a party, then the 400 ISO will worke really well and catch all the action. Available in multi packs or single rolls as well as 24 exposures or 36 exposures you can choose from colour negative (print film) or colour E6 reversal (slide film) as well as black and white. Now in this digital age, it may seem a bit unecessary to choose a black and white film, what with Photoshop and Lightroom which can convert colour images to balck and white, but there is nothing quite like it, for saturated blacks, amazing whites and then the subtle dark and light greys in-between, it really does make a difference.

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It's amazing that film is still available and in such a wide range and if you want to go back in time in a retro sort of way, then film is a brilliant format to choose. Medium format film can be better than digital, with a large negative size so oodles of information to print and the excitement of waiting for that film to be developed and printed, never goes away. 35mm film is easy to use and has a certain quality over and above digital, particularly the professional rolls, which have years of research and development on the layered coatings so that the end result is well saturated, crisp and lasts for a lifetime. If you don't know which film to choose, then drop us an e-mail or give us a call and we can guide you in the right direction.