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Check out the film we're currently offering below! You can also see a comparison of these film stocks (and others) at different exposure settings here.
FUJIFILM PRO 400H, 35mm and 120
This is great all-purpose color negative film because it works well in a variety of lighting situations. It loves light and looks best when shot between box speed and 2+ stops overexposed. With amazing highlight and color retention, this film performs well overexposed.
Known for its faithful reproduction of colors, this film tends to have no color shift and a very neutral representation of colors. Greens might lean toward blue-green.
FUJIFILM C200, 35mm
A consumer-grade 35 mm film meant to be shot in daylight conditions or with flash. It has an extremely fine grain structure and high sharpness. Colors appear natural/subdued, and the well-balanced palette makes it a great all-around film.
KODAK PORTRA 400, 35mm and 120
Another great all-purpose high quality color film that works well in a variety of lighting situations. Known for how amazingly it renders skin tones, this film does tend to appear “warmer” compared to other film manufacturers.
Richard recommends rating this between box speed and +1 for best results. We do not recommend under/overexposing this film more than one stop. Greens might lean toward yellow-green.
KODAK PORTRA 800, 35mm and 120
Portra 800 has great exposure latitude, so this color film is ideal for low light situations. It performs well at 800 or even 1600, but Richard recommends that it actually looks best rated one stop overexposed at ISO 400. As with other Kodak films, this film tends to have a warmer base which results in beautiful skin tones and rich colors, and makes for beautiful color prints.
KODAK PORTRA 160, 35mm and 120
Portra 160 has a very fine grain and, in usual Kodak fashion, a warmer base that makes it excellent for portraiture. It is one of the most flexible color films, providing great-looking (albeit different) results at almost any exposure setting. Richard recommends scanning this film on the Noritsu scanner.
KODAK EKTAR 100, 35mm and 120
Ektar 100 has some of the finest grain available in color film. It displays extremely vivid colors, and they only become more saturated the more you overexpose. A great choice for outdoor photography! Richard recommends scanning this film on the Noritsu scanner.
KODAK GOLD 200, 35mm
This consumer-grade film is designed for general picture-taking situations in daylight or with electronic flash. It features the warm tone base that Kodak films are known for, which can contribute to the "retro" look this film can oftentimes create. It features a wide exposure latitude, from two stops underexposure to three stops overexposure, and it's fine grain structure lends to enlarging and printing.
KODAK ULTRA MAX 400, 35mm
As a film designed for snapshooters, this high-speed, consumer-grade film can be used in a variety of situations. The colors are vibrant while skintones still look natural--so this film can be great for a portrait session or outdoor photography. The grain structure is less tight than Portra 400, with greater color shifts with over/underexposure.
E6 SLIDE FILM:
KODAK EKTACHROME 100, 35mm
Ektachrome is a color reversal film, also known as slide film. Kodak recently brought this film back into production, and Richard couldn't be happier! It provides rich, vivid colors without a strong grain.
As with any E6 film, Ektachrome does not have much exposure latitude, so always use a light meter when shooting it! Learn more about shooting Ektachrome here.
BLACK & WHITE FILM:
KODAK TRI-X 400, 35mm and 120
This film has brilliant highlights and can handle dimly-lit situations quite well. It has an excellent exposure latitude out of all the professional-grade black & white film stocks available, though the most even tones are still found at box speed. It features a fine grain and excellent sharpness, making it a great choice for images that need enlarging for display.
KODAK T-MAX 400, 35mm and 120
This stock is especially useful for photographing dimly lighted subjects or fast action, for extending flash distance range, and for photographing subjects that require good depth of field and fast shutter speeds. It has a higher sharpness and finer grain than Tri-X 400 film, with slightly more contrast.
KODAK T-MAX P3200, 35mm
This black & white film is designed to be used as a “multi-speed film”, performing well in low-light and fast-action scenarios. It has a lot of grain as compared to TRI-X.
The “P” in P3200 stands for “push” because it was intended to be pushed in processing (ie, developed longer) when shot at 3200.
Richard recommends shooting it at normal exposure or +1 when rated at 3200. Learn more about T-MAX P3200 here.
ILFORD DELTA 100, 35mm and 120
The fine grain and high edge sharpness of this medium-speed film make it ideal for pictorial and fine art photography. It has a wide exposure latitude, with lower contrast than many other black & white films.
ILFORD DELTA 400, 35mm and 120
A high speed film designed to produce images with extraordinary depth and detail. It provides exceptional sharpness and very fine grain for a great combo of speed vs sharpness. Featuring a broad exposure range, its ISO 400 rating allows the use of faster shutter speeds but with the comparable quality of medium speed films.
ILFORD DELTA 3200, 35mm and 120
It is generally agreed upon by the film community that 1600 is the "normal" speed for this film. This film has a wide exposure latitude but it is also very grainy, and that only increases as you get farther from box speed... Richard recommends shooting at +1.
ILFORD HP5 PLUS 400, 35mm and 120
This film packs a real punch that lends itself especially well to street photography. It provides medium contrast and extremely rich blacks, with a good amount of grain. This film responds well to push processing.
ILFORD XP2 SUPER 400, 35mm and 120
A high-speed film that that is highly responsive to exposure adjustments in order to adjust contrast and grain appearance. You can shoot at different speeds between ISO 50 and 800 on the same roll and still process as standard. While this film is black & white, it is actually C-41 processed in color developer!
ILFORD FP4 PLUS 125, 35mm and 120
This is an exceptionally fine grain, medium-speed film. It's very wide exposure latitude makes it ideal for both indoor and outdoor photography. It does not render high-contrast/deep blacks as compared to some other film, which allows for enhanced shadow details.