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Category Archives: chemicals & film
So said a colleague of mine, who, as it happens, is syndicated to a very well-known photo agency (I won’t mention their name here…they are worth millions and if they want even more publicity, well, they’re gonna have to pay … Continue reading
You will be surprised how easy it is to develop your own films at home and save your hard-earned cash. Coming here this week!
Not long ago, we talked about those odd box cameras that can be seen at any vintage, junk, or goodwill store. You know the ones…the ones we all normally look at, tut-tut and walk past! Well, sneer ye not, as … Continue reading
We hear a lot about Afghanistan these days, and most of it is about war, hatred, Islam this or Islam that, soldiers dying on both sides, while civilians carry on suffering as they have done since time immemorial. At one … Continue reading
Yes….it’s not a misprint! I now have those items mentioned above in stock….I will be listing prices etc very soon.
Once upon a time, long, long ago…..there lived a man, and his name was John Herschel. He lived in merry old England, that funny old place, where men dance around a maypole, and drink warm beer while watching cricket… John … Continue reading
Aside of normal developing and processing your own film, there are other wonderful methods of making your own stylised prints, each one being absolutely unique. We’ll be talking about these methods, what they are, what they involve, and critically, are … Continue reading
Those of you guys and gals who are hardened film users will have heard about Rodinal and it’s legendary virtues! One 500ml bottle makes 25 litres of developer. Well, I have plenty of it in stock here, both singly and … Continue reading
One of the most difficult things to do with film photography is having a place set aside in your home specifically for developing and printing your own films. Those of us who have very large homes no doubt can indeed … Continue reading
No…I mean…yes….no, I haven’t gone raving mad! At least not yet anyway! I am going to show you how to set up a fully working darkroom, complete and ready for you to work in within a day or two, in … Continue reading