Hey guys I plan on buying a film camera pretty soon because I like the look that film cameras give alot better than those that my D90 gives me. I have no experience with film and I know nothing. I really like the look of Sagan Lockhart's pictures and would like to achieve that grainy look that alot of his photos have. How can this be done?
Sagan's Tumblr - fersher.tumblr.com
pretty much all film has the grain, but ektar 100 so far has the best from what i've seen
Thanks. What camera would you recommend to someone who is an extreme beginner and knows nothing about film photography? I've been told to get an SLR. My impression was that 35mm is the way to go, but someone (who knows a hell of alot more than I do) told me that 28mm is better because of the wide angle it gives.
edit: Just spoke to Sagan. He said he doesn't use any particular film. He said he uses cheap and professional film, but sometimes he gets it dirty before running it through a filter to get that grainy, dusty look.