A couple of days ago I was in the mood to do a French press tutorial, and for that I need lots and lots of pictures, and as I usual couldn’t locate a single one of my battery charger for… Read More ›
As promised, here’s my next instalment in what I late last night decided to call the “Darkroom Series”. First of all, if you haven’t got anything, I’d say start with the most basic of films and developers. This, in my… Read More ›
This PDF, Kodak Chemicals and Formulas (PDF), contains just about everything you’ve ever wondered about Kodak B&W products, including recipes for most of their old-school developers, even down to D-1, Kodak’s own pyro-developer.
I just discovered this blog, which posts old photographs taken by Vivian Maier from the 1950’s to the 1990’s. Well worth checking out.
Every kid with a Canon seems to be taking closely cropped photos of their eyes these days, but these are something else.
I just keep stumbling on these articles, although this one doesn’t have the same entertaining tone as the other ones preceding it.
Now that I’m getting more into photography again after a one year break, I constantly find myself looking for more extreme techniques. This one has to count as the extremest one yet.