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This 35mm film photography manual is great for someone who is new to or wants to start with analog photography. This guide is short, cohesive, and very straightforward. Because of its short form, you will not get overwhelmed with unnecessary information. The last thing a photography beginner wants is to get overwhelmed with information and lose interest at the very start. You will learn just as much as you need to get started.

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This 35mm film photography manual is great for someone who is new to or wants to start with analog photography. This guide is short, cohesive, and very straightforward. Because of its short form, you will not get overwhelmed with unnecessary information. The last thing a photography beginner wants is to get overwhelmed with information and lose interest at the very start. You will learn just as much as you need to get started.

This film photography handbook is easy to read and easy to understand the essential photography basics. You will learn how to set the correct exposure and how to use aperture and shutter speed according to the film speed – ISO. The film stock cheatsheet is included in this manual to help you select the film. The manual will introduce new photographers to basic composition rules with graphic visual examples. It will walk you through the practical steps of starting with film photography. The author also included some of her secret tips and tricks for shooting film.

Table of contents:

  • the main difference between film and digital photography
  • grain
  • colors
  • understanding exposure
  • exposure triangle
  • aperture
  • depth of field
  • shutter speed
  • blur factor
  • ISO / ASA
  • grain factor
  • film stocks cheatsheet
  • essential composition tools
  • rule of thirds
  • golden ratio
  • lines
  • orientation
  • how to start with film photography
  • choosing a film camera
  • selecting a film stock
  • film loading
  • shooting
  • film unloading
  • processing
  • digitalization
  • tips & tricks
  • develop your own unique style
  • experiment with different film stocks
  • try some of the film manipulation techniques
  • keep an eye on the shutter speed
  • the airport catastrophe
  • use a light-meter app
  • It’s better to underexpose than overexpose
  • keep the camera back door closed

Size Chart

  • E-book: Digital download PDF, 26 pages
  • Paperback Book: 6 x 0.07 x 9 inches, 26 pages
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 3.2 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 0.07 x 9 inches