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Film Photography: Shoot Your First Roll Of 35mm Film

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In today's digital-focused photography world, shooting on film provides both an experience and unique quality that can't be replicated. It's a process that will absolutely make you a better photographer, regardless of what level you're currently at.

While intriguing to many, shooting on film can often be a bit intimidating— but it doesn't need to be. The reality is, shooting on film is easier, more forgiving, and cheaper than many people think.

Shoot Your First Roll Of 35mm Film

This course is designed to quickly introduce you to the world of 35mm film photography, and provide you with the necessary steps and knowledge that you need to shoot your first roll of film. By the end of the course, you'll have shot a roll of 24 exposures, will have the files on your computer to share with the world and will have knowledge and confidence that will propel you forward!

We'll start from scratch, beginning with:

  • Purchasing your first camera—including the best places to find affordable used equipment and reliable make/model recommendations that still perform
  • Choosing A Film Stock—including a quick overview of the current film market, and which film provides the best value and performance for beginners
  • Camera Operation—including loading/unloading film, and basic operation
  • Exposure For Film—including using your camera's internal light meter, external light metering and how to do it for free, and a simple technique that will guarantee good looking images
  • Developing And Scanning Your Negatives—including where to send your film for development, lab recommendations, and how the scanning process works
  • Post-processing—including why you need to edit your film scans, and simple yet impactful techniques to help you complete your images

I look forward to introducing you to the world of film photography, and can't wait to see your results!

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Film Photography: Shoot Your First Roll Of 35mm Film
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