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CineStill Film
Motion Picture film for Still Photographers.
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linus Jul 5
NEW YOUTUBE VIDEO! how to develop slide film at home! using new creative Cs6 kit 🎞🧪
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CineStill Film Jul 5
Replying to @HamishGill
Looks contaminated. But is it sediment from the film you processed before or the bottle it was stored in? Filter it and test some light struck film to see if you get full density before processing a roll. It may be fine or it may be exhausted.
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CineStill Film Jul 1
“Freedom, Equality, Justice” Print fundraiser benefiting EJI, NAACP, and Save The Children - now live!
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CineStill Film Jun 21
Replying to @vudaloo
It looks like a bottle leaked in shipping. Please contact support@cinestillfilm.com
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Riley McQuivey Jun 11
~ The people and communities in SLC continue to astound me. Fight the power, keep the peace ~ Again if anyone has any issue with how these images are displayed, let me know
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CineStill Film Jun 13
Replying to @daviljoe193
Beats puzzling... 😉
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lawrence agyei Feb 26
we the people, who are darker than blue. always get the best results during blue hour. portrait of Azeez.
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CineStill Film Jun 6
Forgot to tweet this here. We stand with the black community and against injustice! It runs deep. Listen, learn, act!
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Jeremy Cowart Jun 5
I’m inviting any of my black friends to come in Monday for a (free) portrait of you. The idea is to create a “protest portrait” where I project your thoughts and handwriting over you and behind you. Email hello @ jeremycowart dot com if interested! Please RT
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Hamish Gill | 35mmc Jun 6
One Photographer's Experience; The Frederick Maryland March for Justice
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CineStill Film May 26
Replying to @nic_sco
Their official instructions call for additional steps (hence 3x processing), so a monobath will probably be contrary to their best practices
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CineStill Film May 26
Replying to @nic_sco
We can only recommend based on our experience with Pancro 400. Best practices with their film should be direct towards Bergger.
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CineStill Film May 22
Cs6 AMA on Instagram Live at 4pm! 20 minutes! Come ask us anything!
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Sandy Phimester May 21
Got to test out the E6/Slide film developer kit. Looking through these 4x5 *positives* (still sounds weird when I say that) in the light is so beautiful. Looks 3D somehow, like you could step right in Scanning cannot capture that magic, but still… love it
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CineStill Film May 21
Part 6 - CS6: Ask us anything! Friday 4PM PST on Instagram Live! -
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CineStill Film May 21
Want to know more about our new Cs6 processing kit? Tune into part 6 Tomorrow! 4pm PST on Instagram Live.
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CineStill Film May 20
The first Fine Art exhibition with CineStill Cs6 T6 “TungstenChrome” pushed!
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CineStill Film May 19
Shoot more Slide Film! We’re proud to finally introduce the CineStill Cs6 Creative Slide Processing kit! Follow the link for the full scoop:
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Studio C-41 May 19
So CineStill Film did a thing. We release a Podcast Interview with , YouTube review on D9, and high-resolution pictures, all in one spot!
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CineStill Film May 19
More film, more choices, more positives! Introducing: Cs6 “Creative Slide” 3-Bath process for color-timing E-6 reversal film at home! Chrome unlocked! -
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