Tag Archive | film developing
I actually composed this picture in my head as I walked by. I made myself walk back and shoot it. I’m glad I did. Kodak Portra 400 Shot at iso 800 (1 Stop push) Developed in a three bath press kit. Week 5 of my 52 Film project. I’m trying to shoot develop and post […]
I think that if most people knew how easy it was to develop their own black and white film more people would be enjoying it. Below is one of the BEST videos I’ve seen on the subject and the very one that renewed my interest in film three or four years ago. This originally appeared […]
Since I posted the Polaroid on Jan 1st, I decided I’m going to try to post at least one Film image per week for 2012. Lets call it the “52 Film Project.” This was shot on 37th Street Between 8th and 9th in NYC with a Yashicamat 124g on Kodak Ektar 100. Processed in a […]
Not only with my beautiful Wife (pictured) But With my new Polaroid 440 Land Camera. I love the fact that the Fuji Film for this camera is not only readily available but inexpensive. They also produce a scan-able negative. The picture of my daughter trying to stay up past midnight on New Year’s eve (below […]
I took advantage of one of the THREE HOURS it stopped raining this summer! Shot with a yashicamat 124g on Fuji pro 400h Developed in a unicolor three bath press kit.
A little summer fun with the holga. I really Love Kodak’s new Ektar 100
Before I get into the camera let me just say if I knew how easy it was to do my own color (c-41) processing I probably wouldn’t have done any black and white. It is Super Easy and if any of you haven’t tried It I suggest you do. see above link for some quick […]