Since I purchased the Sinar Norma 4×5 view camera a few weeks ago, I only took a couple of test shots to see if its working properly. Taking out a 4×5 camera means that you have something interesting to shoot, you can't just ...
Better in Black and White ... The graininess in the mid-tones from using black only ink matches well the look of the Arista Premium 400 film on which the image was captured. And I especially like the look of highlights from this ...
Some months ago, I acquired a vintage Nikon F2 Titan in the hopes of both fulfilling a longtime photographic dream, as well as perhaps shooting a little film again in the name of stimulating creativity. Many of you have been anxious to see the results; I bet none more so than myself. The trouble is, I feel that I’ve set a standard here that I must uphold; if the images from this roll don’t meet that standard, then I think there’s going to be a lot of hand-wringing, rude gestures and cries of ‘pah, amateur’. In this post follows the highlights of that first roll.
Here is a strange tale of a photographer who rephotographs his arduously developed 35mm film with a home-made copy stand based on a Nikon D800e digital camera and tries to understand the tone maps that result. It is interesting, and the photographer is experienced and skilled, so it is not as comic as it sounds on the surface. I am writing a reply to the post, as the issue of digital vs analog photography is resurfacing with the renewal of interest in film among students artists and Hollywood celebrities..
Well, it's not just a single-use camera. It's not just a film camera instead of digital. And it's not just black & white instead of color. Nope, it's a B&W film disposable camera. That's right. B&W. Film.
I saw this man lifting a pile of food trays from a trolly to a cafe in Old Street and quickly shot with the IIIf and Canon 35mm lens. At first I was drawn by the shiny light metal and tinfoil - knowing I was using black and white film ...
Colour film is different from black and white film in that the emulsion side has dye coupler layers, which interact with the C41 developer to form dye clouds (that's a bit of a simplified explanation, but you get the idea).
A few weeks ago I got the assignment to write an article about 10 of the best analog compact cameras the history of photography has witnessed. I wrote it. And it got published in the online photography site QUESABESDE.
KY: I did series of nude portraits in 35mm black and white film last fall, and it was natural light. I didn't set up much. I didn't do a lot of posing. I have a print, I printed it that was like 20×24.
Here are five things she love about analog photography 1. Being able to feel my work. Feeling the roughness or the smoothness of the paper on which I print my photos; touching the negatives; feeling the smell of the film rolls.
Developing 35-millimeter film is done by loading the film into a developing reel, placing the reel into a lightproof tub, pouring in the appropriate chemicals and rocking the tub back and forth to coat the film.
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines (blog) Exhibit bridges 100 years of business life in Dubuque The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines (blog) “I'd spend the morning shooting, then spend the afternoon processing...
I have been spending too much time with digital photography this year. I created this topic to keep me involved in B&W film photography. To be really involved, I needed to put some film in the Leica and get out into the fields today. It was marvelous. It was the real deal.
With my recent venture back in to film, I often get asked "why'd you go back?" I usually respond with "I could write a book on why I've gone back to film." So here it is, the first chapter in said book.
by Jason Row over at Lightstalking Despite the current renaissance of film photography, one of the biggest issues facing celluloid fans is getting it processed and printed. Long gone are the days of mini-labs in every small ...
We seem to have a lot of people interested in film photography. Everyone started somewhere and everyone has a story. I had written earlier in another BLOG post about the book that got me started doing my own darkroom ...
BWGallerist : Black and White Fine Art Photography ... He continued expanding from film and darkroom to digital and Photoshop, enjoying life as usual until 2010 when tragedy struck and his daughter, Molly, was murdered.
01 She and Him 35mm The Black And White Photography Of Dave Hill. 02 Amanda 35mm The Black And ... 08 And Then There Were None 35mm The Black And White Photography Of Dave Hill. 08 Martha and Cody 35mm ...
New York Times (blog)A Photographer and a PrayerNew York Times (blog)Soon, he was rolling his own film and printing photos in the school darkroom. He also took a summer class in photojournalism at Marquette University.
This entire story is about black-and-white film shooting, but I hope there are good lessons in this for you youngsters shooting digital. Hopefully, you won't take this as being arrogant, condescending, or hectoring.
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