C-41 is the most common type of film. Also called ‘print film’, many varieties exist that lend themselves to shooting either landscape, portraits or even black & white. A good all-rounder and a great place to start for beginners.
A technically better quality of film, E-6 is limited only by it’s relative difficulty to expose correctly vs negative film. Used traditionally in projectors, it is now a favourite of those who like their film to look just like a photograph.
A true classic. Medium tone, contrasty, grainy… it’s all here. Black & white film can be forgiving (such as in mixed lighting) and lends a certain sophistication to an image. Practice, experiment and have fun.
Vintage or modern plastic fantastics, every camera offers its own unique twist to your photography. Watch this space for a few facts to help you choose your shooter.