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World famous Rodinal developing kit!


Rodinal. If you’re a hardened film camera enthusiast, I need say no more! Rodinal….keeps for years. Pin sharp negatives. Contrasty. Everything. Period! I have it….NOW! In a NEW package that eliminates oxidisation due to air coming into contact with the … Continue reading

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Rodinal is available here!


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

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Ok, guys…roll up, roll up…develop your own films here…


Yes, yes…I know. So I’m late with this post. So here, slap my hands then! It’s been a wild weekend, I can tell you. Aside of the weekly shop, I had a major disaster with my old Honda Civic….I thought … Continue reading

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Best film for portraits….


Amongst all of the film s available, one of the very best you can still buy is Kodak T Max 100. It’s used the world over by professionals for anything ranging from portraits to landscapes to fine art uses. Because … Continue reading

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Fuji Neopan is better than Kodak Tri X! Really?


You know how it is; you sit down with a couple of like-minded friends and hey! presto, the conversation veers towards which camera or which film is better, etc etc. The best method of tackling this, in my opinion, is, … Continue reading

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My friend is singing the praises of Kodak T Max 100


Yes, he is indeed. I say friend, but I may change that to “was” some time soon! Why? Because I myself have been a lifelong devotee of Tri X, that’s why! And anybody who says anything against my favourite film … Continue reading

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Kodak Tri X? This is what I think about it!


Since we last talked about Kodak Tri X here, emails have been bombarding my inbox like the proverbial bees to honey. For sure, over the almost 50 years it has been in production, Tri X has attained almost mythical status, … Continue reading

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What! Dunk my film in coffee? Are you nuts?


No, friends, you haven’t come on to the site of a madman, nor is your computer sending you to the wrong site! The title has been set up in order to catch your attention to this weird, but wonderful method … Continue reading

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Pushing with Rodinal, or how to get something for nothing!


Folks, we’re back on the Rodinal bandwagon again! I do tend to go on and on and on about this stuff, so you’ll either have to suffer my rants or leave, simple as that! Seriously though, we all have heard … Continue reading

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Remember your first time?


Don’t nobody go start jumping to conclusions by reading that title! No, I don’t mean “that” first time! I mean the first time you thought of setting up your first darkroom; remember that? First find a spare room, any room; … Continue reading

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