Tags » Film Processing

Scanning 35mm film - is high-res scanning worth its cost?

Most photo labs propose scans in 3 resolutions: 1000×1500, 2000×3000, 4500×6700. The scans are saved as jPEGs, with some labs also offering to save 4500 x6700 scans as TIFF files. 883 more words

Canon Cameras

Shooting With Film Again

1991 – High School

Good times for sure. Lots of friends, no internet so we had to talk to each other to communicate. My sophomore year I joined the yearbook and newspaper teams as a photographer. 1,438 more words

When Kodak Accidentally Discovered A-Bomb Testing

Two thousand miles away from the U.S. A-bomb tests in 1945, something weird was happening to Kodak’s film.

Matt Blitz writes: The ground shook, a brilliant white flash enveloped the sky, and the world changed forever. 774 more words

Science & Technology

Mad Dogs And Englishmen

Please note – while the title of this essay might suggest a Noel Coward song, I am neither a mad dog, an Englishman, or Noel Coward. 516 more words

Photography

Throwback

It’s been a busy week for me & my family, but I’m still rocking right along and getting work done!

Here’s a collection of rediscovered film, shot in: 9 more words

Photography

Announcing JV Darkroom 2.0!

Hey everyone!

    First, I’d just like to take a second to say thank you for all of the support & love you all give to my work! 184 more words

Photography

Darkroom

Processing of the film is a very important and crucial step when it comes to actually wanting to achieve anything from your negatives. It’s also a very fiddly and frustrating step however once one gets used to what they’re doing, it gets easier. 1,102 more words

35mm