More questions. It requires a little practice to load film into the tank in complete darkness, but it can also be a lot of fun!
If we are defining 'keeper' by those rare, stand-out negatives that make into my life-time portfolio... A Real, Authentic Cine Film Lomography Cine film is a real cine film which has been specially treated so that it can be used in photographic cameras.
I may just leave it out on a workbench where I can look at it now and then.
The first step happens in the dark — loading your film into a developing tank. Professional film e. With later thinner film substrates in became possible to fit enough length for around 42-45 frames into a standard 135 film cassette, depending on how tightly you were willing to roll it which increased the risk of scratching the film as it was rolled in and out of the cartridge.
The main disadvantage of roll film is that it locks a photographer into a single emulsion for the entire roll. Lots of bracketing.
Water becomes black, green leaves become white and everything becomes magical. Never heard of Infrared film? Now I'm not satisfied unless I can come back to a print a month or a year later and still enjoy the moment. Careful loading will allow an extra couple of frames per film. The picture is recorded on the film but it is not yet visible as long as the film is still sensitive to light. Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
In days gone by, 35mm film would give you either 24 or 36 pics. The grandfather of all films — but black and white film is by no means old-fashioned! The answer is reaction to market needs always.