You post too often...
…so I had to unfollow you. Sorry. This is true in twitter and tumblr — I just can’t keep up.
Kodak Brownie No.2a, Model B
typelab: Anyone out there know how to hack of these to fit a roll of 120 film?
"How Different a File Can Look" →
Interesting look at the different ways two people can process a RAW digital file. One of my big issues as a lab worker has always been personal interpretation of photographs. The person processing/scanning/printing has a big influence on the way your shots turn out. If you aren’t processing and scanning your own work it is really best to try and find a lab that has a similar eye to what...
The only true piece of photographic art...
…in my opinion is one that: -has been printed by the photographer -in a darkroom -from a negative -had the negative destroyed afterwards Oh, and I want the negative — maybe tape it to back of the framed piece. I know it’s a lot to ask, but anything short of that is just a print of an interesting/pretty/intriguing photograph.
Digital Photography Sucks →
From 2007, but still vaild… jkittelberger: I wrote this a few years ago after being irritated by Graham Nash, but hey, it still applies.
seawhyines asked: I send my film to your work all the time!
A note from a mail order film processing customer:
“I had trouble loading my film. I accidentally took double exposures. I took pictures at night with no flash when I was drunk. I exposed my film when I thought it was wound the whole way. Please say a prayer to the film gods before processing. This will either be a giant mess or a christmas miracle. :)”
Dream Camera: Mail-In Film Service:... →
dreamcamera: One of the challenges of shooting film is relying on a lab to develop your photographs, especially as more labs convert to digital-only or shut their doors altogether. I develop my own B&W film, but have to rely on a lab for color. The quick and affordable local lab where I get my 35 mm film…