Several months ago we began to roll out our concept foracompany mascot to help us with the transition from spending largeamounts of in storetime with clientsto more contactless opportunities since the arrival of Covid-19. The idea was to have a virtual assistant that would support filling out paperwork, assist with ordering and answer questions about post production services.
For many people shooting 16mm film has always been something they want to try. Traditionally film schools provided the bridge between new filmmakers and the complexities of the film process. Today with most information coming on-line and virtually, you need a jumping off point if you want to try 16mm on your own. Once you have watched your share of “How To" video’s and navigated the purchase of a camera, your best next step is to purchase some film and give it a try. That is why we created the 16mm Film Kit!
One of the things that we have grown to love about film scanned to digital are all the choices we have when we set up the film frame. We now have many ways to take 4:3 images to create an entirely new aesthetic, even within the same project. With more and more capacity for projects to be seen in so many different ways, the most difficult thing becomes what to chose.
As our circle of connections continues to grow to new people through social media we have the opportunity to hear amazing stories from people aboutwhere they got their first camera or why a particular camera is so special.We love when they sharewhich model holds a special place for them and if it was owned by their dad, mom, grandfather or some other person of influence in their life.