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My Date with 35mm Color Film

So, I finally received the chemistry to develop my first ever C-41 color film. The film used was the Fujicolor Superia X-Tra 800, pretty fast film, but that also introduced more grain in the images. 354 more words


First Attempt at Home E6 Process

I’ve been processing colour film at home for about a year now, using the Tetenal C-41 kit, and I’ve been really pleased with it, so I decided to try the Tetenal E6 kit. 202 more words


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