Our beautiful and educational Volume XIII starts out with a lovely mixed light image captured by the talented Brittany Marshall and scanned by Photovision Prints. Once opened you will be immersed in educational articles and stunning imagery. Including content on capturing motion and movement on film, shooting with studio lighting, a fuji 400 exposure test, and more.
Below we have conveniently listed out all the articles and their authors in Volume XIII. So you'll know what education you will be able to soak up.
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Movement and blur on film is gorgeous. But capturing that with out the "missed shot" look is tricky. Learn some tips and tricks for helping you perfect that crucial shot.
Film loves light. Whether that is natural or artificial. Learn how to avoid weather trouble and create your own light in studio with Sandra Coan.
Come learn some more about our 2017 End of the Year Film Photographer of the Year winner Savain Phann
.. and some tips she has for you.
TAYLOR & PORTER
What's better than a newborn captured on film? Well not much my friend. This sweet feature of an industry creative is sure to have you ohhing and aahing.
Interested in stepping into the creative mind of Annie, one of the faces behind The Wells Makery? Then this is a little interview you wont want to miss.
Capturing little ones can be hard, especially when they are always on the move. Let Elza help you with some tips on working with little ones and film.
Come swoon over all three of our 2017 End of the Year Award
Image winners and learn a little more about what gear went
into capturing them.
Come learn more about our 2017 End of the Year Emerging Film Photographer of the Year winner Viet Le
... and some tips he has for you.
GARRICK FUJII & BRITT LATZ
Traveling with film can be a stressful thing.
Well let us ease your stress with tips from two well
Ever wanted to see how Fuji 400 can handle underexposure and overexposure? Well wonder no more. We put it to the test and have images and results to share with you.
Want to indulge your sweet tooth and swoon over some yummy food film images while your at it? Well you wont be disappointed once you get into this article.
MIKE & BRIT HANSEN
Come join us for a little sneak into our 2016 workshop at the stunning Mountainside Lavender Farm. Including all the beauty that was captured and created
BEST MONEY SPENT THIS YEAR!
- Liesl Le Roux
The article on starting out put everything into perspective and the actionable steps finally gave me a strategy to follow. And the Portra exposure comparisons calmed my nerves about metering, which has been such a big thing in my head. And a HUGE added bonus - it's all so beautifully designed. Feeling super inspired! Thanks BLM! <3
My New Years resolution was to finally start shooting film - but it's so overwhelming! I started looking for online resources and came across Belle Lumière and on an impulse purchased the latest issue.