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Chemical plant

Abandoned chemical plant, 2016
6×6 film scan (Kodak Ektar)

Pigeoneyes

FILM'S NOT DEAD: KODAK Ia WITH PORTA 160

Not too long ago my sister bought me a Kodak Ia at a flee market held at her school. For weeks it sat on my computer desk because I honestly had no idea how to use it. 227 more words

Shoot Film

Scanning film at home: Portra 160

I have always been having my films developed and scanned at a local lab. The service they provide have always been impeccable but it takes awhile before I get my films and scans usually about 2weeks. 389 more words

Photography

On the festival circuit: Colorado Short Circuit

April 22, 2017.  After Wales, Overwhelming Majority got one more chance to screen in the Springs, at a brand new iteration of the Indie Spirit Film Festival.  87 more words

Film Photography

Shootout: Four 360-degree cameras compared!

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

Introduction & Kodak SP360 4K

 

The world is round

Selfies and social media have made sharing your daily experiences a must-do. Now, camera companies have moved on to what they hope is the next big thing – giving the world your global overview. 435 more words

Technology

Nothing Else Matters

This was shot on Kodak Tri-X 400, pushed 2 stops to 1600 iso/asa and developed in Ilford DD-X. Scanned with no post edit.

Photography