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What 35mm camera film can I use to take vintage looking photographs for my art journals?

573 days ago • 3 likes • 2 comments • 2 votes • 0 follows
Asked by Laura Anne | Question date:  Sep 28, 2022 | Member since:  Sep 28, 2022

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I got this beautiful vintage 35mm camera from one of my local Freecycle groups. It is the Fujica STX-1 make and model. I have multiple lenses for it as well. I would really like to take artistic photographs for art and my journal that have a vintage finish when developed. I was wondering what would be the best 35mm camera film for achieving this effect? Would it be a sepia camera film?

I have not used a film camera since I was a child as everything is digital now. At least this will force me to think more about the photographs that I am taking. 35mm camera films are quite expensive to buy and to develop. However I really want to enjoy the experience of a film camera again.
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What 35mm camera film can I use to take vintage looking photographs for my art journals? image one
Asked by Laura Anne
Question date:  Sep 28, 2022
Member since:  Sep 28, 2022
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Elle Jones(549 days ago)
I just wanted to say cool camera. I still have my parents old 35mm Fuji camera, but I haven't used it yet.
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Scott Ridges(533 days ago)
I used to have a camera very similar to this one. I used to buy the black and white, and sepia 35mm camera films. You can still get them online, but they seem quite expensive. I have also heard that it can be quite expensive to get them developed now.
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