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I first learned 35mm film on an old Nikon N2000 I had found in my parent’s basement. The camera still takes beautiful exposures and is a staple in my equipment line-up. The first film I developed was Kodak T-Max 400. A versatile film that is forgiving to amateur developers and still is slow enough to not show too much grain @ http://ianiott.com/film/
Paadid, Kodak VC 120mm, Tallin Estonia, June 2011,#Photography by #Ian #Iott

Paadid, Kodak VC 120mm, Tallin Estonia, June 2011,#Photography by #Ian #Iott

Vagter, Kodak VC 120mm, Copenhagen Denmark, June 2011  http://www.ianiottblog.com/ian-iott-basic-photo-advice-part-1/

Vagter, Kodak VC 120mm, Copenhagen Denmark, June 2011 http://www.ianiottblog.com/ian-iott-basic-photo-advice-part-1/

Paadid, Kodak VC 120mm, Tallin Estonia, June 2011 @ http://ianiott.com/film/

Paadid, Kodak VC 120mm, Tallin Estonia, June 2011 @ http://ianiott.com/film/

Vagter, Kodak VC 120mm, Copenhagen Denmark, June 2011 @ http://ianiott.com/film/

Vagter, Kodak VC 120mm, Copenhagen Denmark, June 2011 @ http://ianiott.com/film/

Ian Iott on Digital Vs Film.........  http://www.ianiottblog.com/ian-iott-on-digital-vs-film/

An Indiegogo campaign is trying to save SLR cameras by introducing DigiPod, a digital film pod meant to replace analogue film.

Chapel, Kodak VC 400 35mm, Helsinki Finland, June 2011

Chapel, Kodak VC 400 35mm, Helsinki Finland, June 2011

церковь, Kodak VC 120mm, St. Petersburg Russia, June 2011

церковь, Kodak VC 120mm, St. Petersburg Russia, June 2011

Bridge, 2007, Slide Film

Bridge, 2007, Slide Film

Headstock, 2007, Slide Film

Headstock, 2007, Slide Film

Oven, 2007, Slide Film @ http://www.ianiottblog.com/

Oven, 2007, Slide Film @ http://www.ianiottblog.com/

Taken 5 October 2008

Taken 5 October 2008