My Sure Shot Max is a great “soccer mom” camera. It’s designed to be easy to use and trustworthy enough to get the shot, even if you’re not all that experienced with a camera. That being said, it has great features: a configurable flash with red-eye reduction, a 35mm f/3.5 autofocus coated glass lens, auto-loading, auto-winding and a date back. Since I’m so fond of my Canon Sure Shot Owl, and my Canon Sure Shot AF35ML, I didn’t hesitate in buying the $3 point and shoot camera when I spotted it on a thrift store shelf in central Ohio.
On opening my film subscription box from Cool Film, Hillvale Holiday immediately caught my eye! It’s bright orange box seriously stands out. It looks novel, it looks interesting, it looks… cool! So it immediately hopped to the top of my film queue and was thrown in my camera bag. Continue reading “It’s like going on holiday as a child – Hillvale Holiday 200 film review”
Should we agree that 2018 so far has been a good year for film photography? Unfortunately, companies like Fujifilm or Agfa had some bad news for most of us by discontinuing great film products. However, focusing on negative has not been driving the wonderful film community. Continue reading “How passion for film photography led to the creation of SilverPan Film Lab – an interview with the founder”
Will 35mm film become obsolete? Is film coming back? What about other types of analogue photography? The issue and discussion that is hard to avoid especially with quite a few news of hope that the analogue photography saw this year. Continue reading “More than just hope for film photography in 2018”