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Film Photo By: Stephanie 

View of the Golden Gate Bridge, from the Marin Headlands
Holga 120CFN, Red 25A,  Ilford XP2 400 (C-41 process)
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Film Photo By: Stephanie

View of the Golden Gate Bridge, from the Marin Headlands

Holga 120CFN, Red 25A,  Ilford XP2 400 (C-41 process)

Ipernity

Reader Photos: Current Favorite Film Top 5!

We asked everyone to share a shot taken with their favorite brand of film, and we were thrilled to see so many amazing results - and how many of you are shooting black and white! We fell in love with the following architectural shots, in no particular order:

#1: ahuizotl: Holga 120N, Fuji Neopan Acros 100 

#2: mylomoadventure answered: Fuji C200 

#3: brunocstreet: Fujifilm Acros 100 

#4: manuel-goncalves: Ilford film

#5: 35negatives: Arista 400 

Film Photographer Spotlight: Christopher Lange

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Name: Christopher Lange
Age: 22
Location: New York
Photographing For: 7 years

Cameras: Leica M2 & M6, Hasselblad 500 series, Nikon F3 & F4.
Fav films: Tri-X, Plus-X, HP5+, FP4+, Neopan 1600, Delta 3200

Chris on why he shoots film:

"I grew up with film. My father is a former fashion photographer, and as such I was surrounded by cameras from a very early age. It was routine to have stacks of negatives, contact sheets, chromes, and Polaroids all around our apartment when I was a child. When I began photographing seriously for myself, it was with a Nikon D70, but two years later, while living in Finland for a year, I bought a roughed up Nikon F3 and Nikkormat and never looked back. At this point in time I choose to use film simply because it is simple, effective, and allows me to achieve the exact aesthetic that I prefer in my photographs. Love is a good glass of scotch and a pocket full of Delta 3200 for the  lonely night time hours."

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