Film Photography Blog
News, reviews, and thoughts - all about camera film and the joys of creating images with chemicals and light!
Posted on November 15 2018
Posted on November 05 2018
Posted on October 31 2018
Posted on October 30 2018
The final regular interview covering Dubble's current (!) range, we talk to Adam about Bubblegum. This film was introduced to the world in March 2018, at the same time as Monsoon and 6 months into the Dubble journey. A very different look and feel to all of the emulsions that went before, let's understand what inspired these sweet tints and colours.
Posted on October 29 2018
Posted on October 28 2018
Posted on October 27 2018
Posted on October 27 2018
We have been working hard to pull together a comprehensive guide to help your family, friends and St Nick navigate the world of ISO, formats and accessories and ensure the minimum of tears on Christmas morning.
We will update this guide frequently as the Christmas season continues and we add to our festive range so please check back in regularly to see what we've been up to!
Posted on October 16 2018
Posted on September 28 2018
Posted on September 25 2018
Firstly another HUGE THANK YOU from Analogue Wonderland and Kodak Alaris to all of you who took part in this summer's competition. There were over 450 entrants across the 'Beginner' and 'Proficient' categories and the quality of the photography has been exceptionally high.
We have thoroughly enjoyed looking through each and everyone one of your photos (and sharing as many as possible on Instagram!) and we have now come to a decision on the winners. We have also produced a short video where Andrew from Kodak and Paul from Analogue Wonderland discuss the entries, what they liked most about their favourites, and what made the overall winners stand out. As well as some exciting news about Ektachrome!
Posted on September 20 2018
Finding the right film and developing process combination for you is like finding the ideal girl/boyfriend, it may take a lot of tries and you will have some frustration and tears, but you will succeed if you understand what went wrong last time, and learn from it.
Howard of Devizes Darkroom takes us through the background and equipment needed to develop your own films at home.
Posted on September 14 2018
Posted on September 09 2018
Posted on September 02 2018
For our next article in the series with Howard from Devizes Darkroom we ask him to explain how to use analogue light meters - and why you would need one if your camera has an inbuilt sensor. With the resurgence of interest in film photography, people are now discovering that taking manual control of the camera exposure settings is an enjoyable part of the process. Even if you have bought a super-expensive point and shoot with fully automatic exposure, you still might pick up something useful, so read on!
Posted on August 22 2018
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Posted on July 24 2018
Posted on July 23 2018
Posted on July 19 2018
Posted on July 13 2018
From today you can buy film from Analogue Wonderland for delivery in the USA or Canada!
So whether you are looking to pick up some European rarities like KONO!, Yodica or Dubble - or the London classic Kosmo Foto Mono - it can now all be done from the comfort of your North American sofas (sorry: couches)
Deliveries will be sent Signed and Tracked for peace of mind, for just £10 (which at the time of writing is $13.31 USD and $17.42 CAD). Typically this should arrive with you within 7-10 working days from receiving your dispatch email - and you will have the tracking number sent to you so you can see it's progress from Analogue Wonderland HQ straight to your home.
Posted on July 05 2018
Posted on June 30 2018
Posted on June 18 2018
Exactly one month ago we opened our virtual doors to a crowd of lovely analogue photographers who have spent the past few weeks exploring the store, buying films, and learning about new emulsions.
In this article - our first blog post - we’ll summarise the things that have most surprised us since we launched, and what they mean for the future of Analogue Wonderland!