Stephen shares with us another article, this time about films worth shooting whilst we can still get them. There are a few more I would add to this list, so I might have to put together another post about this topic soon. In the meantime, check out this great guest post.
The 21st Century has not been kind to film photography. As digital has become more and more widespread, the number of films available to analogue snappers has dwindled with every passing year. The casualties have included some of the most iconic films ever produced – like Kodak’s Kodachrome and Ektachrome slide films – and others less notable but still sadly missed, such as Agfa’s original CT 100 Precisa slide (the best film for cross-processing) or Fuji’s fantastic Neopan black-and-white print film. With every passing brand of film, you could believe that analogue photography will soon be no more.
Color The Ace Cafe in north-west London, shot on a Zenit 3M and Agfaphoto CT100 Precisa
Chap Olympiad pipe on a Chinon Memotron and Kodak Tri-X