How does one review a film they have only used once? Easy, when the film is something special. Eastman SO-331 High Contrast Intermediate Panchromatic Film is one of those rare cult films that have been floating around for a while. The SO in the name indicates that it is a special order emulsion. And it has developed a rather unique following among the film photography community. Back in October when I was in New York City for the PhotoPlus Expo I was handed a roll of the film by Michael Raso of the Film Photography Podcast (who got a large amount of the stock fromRead More →

I love antique stores, mostly to just wander around in and take in the junk and treasures that one can find there. So on my way to Chicago I stopped off in Galesburg, MI to check out the local stores. I don’t go into a store hoping to buy something, I mostly go in to look these days, but you never know there might be an odd camera that will catch my eye. Some of the best stores I’ve visited have been down in the States, because you can find pretty much anything you’re looking for there. From Rifles to teapots, stuffed moose heads toRead More →