The Difference between Cinema Film and Standard Film

Update: MoDannyWilliams on Reddit mentioned that most standard color film is mainly daylight balanced so the use of cooling filters is still required. Also Kodak Portra seems to handle push processing a bit better than most other color films but nowhere near Kodak cinema film. I’ve been asked this question a lot. What’s the difference and does it really matter? Is there a benefit to one over the other? In all honesty no. The major differences between the two types

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Rob Ford Protest

I shot these images about a month ago during the height of the Rob Ford scandal. 250 protester’s came out during their lunch hour to speak their mind and attempt to have Rob Ford listen to reason and step down. Unfortunately, as some protests go, most of the people their had different agendas and factions of people were protesting issues other than the one at hand. Regardless I’m pretty happy with the results. As always feel free to comment below.

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Shooting film in Madrid with the Leica M6

As a continuation of the previous post, Madrid with the Fuji X100S, this one focuses on the shots I took with the Leica M6. In my eyes I much prefer the shots I took on film versus the shots I took with the Fuji X100S. It seems I still have a soft spot for film. Setup: Leica M6 + Leica Summicron 50mm f/2 + Kodak T-Max 400 (Some pushed to 1600 ISO) Thanks for visiting and feel free to comment

Howto: Develop Motion Picture Film

Recently I’ve been exploring developing film at home, specifically motion picture film since standard labs don’t support ECN-II development. I decided to write this how-to since there is no single page resource for ECN-II development and most of the information is scattered across multiple forum posts or different websites. Hopefully this will be of some help to new comers. The method is cross processing ECN-II film with C-41 chemicals. I know there is a lot of talk about incorrect colours,

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