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On Tuesday morning I had taken my Holga along with a roll of Ilford HP5 film to work with me, I walked around the churchyard opposite the office on my lunch break and shot all 12 exposures, so I already had a roll of film to process when I ordered my processing equipment. 480 more words


Caffenol Stand Development

Stand development, or developing film without agitation by just letting it “stand” is generally considered a foolproof (and lazy) way to fully develop film without worring too much about blowing highlights. 399 more words


Back to Film, part 5: Black Brants in B&W @ 3200


My friend Cara invited me to see her brother’s band again, Black Brant, for the “Rock to Top” finals @ The Stone Pony (Asbury Park, NJ). 117 more words

One-off #11: Corn in a basket, bike on a rack


This was the last shot of the first film roll I developed successfully. Shot with a Nikon F100 on TRi-X 400 B&W film. I think I was using the Nikon G 50mm f1.8 AF-S. 61 more words

Back to film, Part 4: Better, faster, stronger

I think I’m getting the hang of this.

All shot on a Nikon F100 with Kodak Tri-X 400 B&W film.


More 35mm film talk...

Thanks to reading some more tips from a friend and paying a little bit more attention to what I was doing, my last two attempts at developing B&W 35 film have gone much better with good results. 148 more words

My Mamiya RB67 Should be Used More

Last weekend we had some guests to stay with us in Dublin while they explored the city. We are all film photographers so we played the usual game of show and tell with our various cameras. 740 more words

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