Analog Photography: How to Shoot Film in 5 Simple Steps
What you'll learn
- Understand the different types of film
- Identify different film formats
- Load a roll of 35mm film
- Choose the appropriate camera for the format of film they wish to shoot
- Working knowledge of photography basics is helpful
- Interest in exploring the world of film still photography
Start shooting with still photography film in 5 simple steps through this over 1-hour course. In this gentle introduction to film photography you'll learn about:
- Film Camera Types
- Film Formats
- Film Types
- Film ISOs
- Tips & Tricks for loading your first few rolls of film
The goal of this course is to demystify the idea and concept of shooting film, as many photographers today are familiar with only a digital format. Increasing your exposure to this exciting medium of photography will enhance your understanding of photographic principles, inspire you to try and see new things, and broaden your photography education.
You should take this course if:
- You have a passion for photography
- You're interested in starting to shoot film
- You've been too anxious to give film a go on your own
With this course you'll have access to over 45-minutes of teaching content, and downloadable lesson guides, assignment, and activity PDFs. Plus, an online learning community to ask questions, share photos, and leave comments for other students and the instructor to engage with you.
Estimated time to complete course lectures and assignments is 3+ hours. This does not include film processing and development time.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners to film photography
- Photographers looking for a little analog inspiration or new types of films or formats
- Digital photographers looking to return to film photography, who need a little guidance getting started
Trained in journalism at the undergraduate level, Christine has worked in the photography industry for over ten years. In 2006, she and her husband opened their own wedding and portrait business. They have been serving wedding, portrait, and corporate clients ever since.
Christine began teaching photography in 2007, and specializes in communicating complex or technical information in relatable terms for the non-professional to individuals or groups.
Christine's photography clients describe her style as: emotional, intimate, and classic.