I had received a few emails and inquiries on how I processed E-6 at home and I thought that I would give a quick run down of that. It really isn’t as difficult as you may think and there are quite a lot of resources out there that can help you build confidence to give it a go. My number one resource has been YouTube. I bought my kit from Argentix.ca, a place that I will definately be ordering from […]
Yesterday was such a beautiful day, a day I was able to take advantage of and plan a walk about with a very good friend mine along with a roll of Ferrania P30 film. This was my first time using this film so it was very exciting. The walk about was not the only exciting part of the day, processing always gives me a kick of excitement too, every single time. The developer that I presently use is lford […]
My first run-in with color processing was a partial fail. My plan was to process one roll of 35mm and one roll of 120. In preparation of organizing everything, in mind, I had planned to process the 35mm first. The film used was an expired Kodak Pro 100 PRN film combined with the Kodak Dualflex II camera. As you can see, the film was partially developed. I had processed the film thinking 35mm in my head when in fact it […]
On March 23rd I had posted on both Facebook and Instagram that I was looking to connect with someone who would be willing to teach me how to process color film. Not surprisingly I was supported mostly from afar then from right here at home. Luckily I am not one to give up on the things I would like to learn easily which led me to do it on my own. I honestly thought it would have been more […]
In case some may be just tuning in, I wanted to re-introduce the last set of posts that are part of a series that I have decided to continue with, which I had started off a while back: A Light Proof Box / Pinhole Photography (Part 8) Previous posts: – A Light Proof Box / Pinhole Photography (Part 1) – A Light Proof Box / Pinhole Photography (Part 2) – A Light Proof Box / Pinhole Photography (Part […]
I am really enjoying the lith processing technique. I will be focusing on this technique with some new work that I will be posting soon. Here are a few more images from a past portrait series that I used with this processing technique:
I finally got to set myself up to lith print. This has been a technique that I have wanted to experiment with for a long time. Thanks to the holiday break. In case anyone is interested I used Slavich Unibrom & Moersch SPE5 Master Kit, ( A 20ml +B 20ml + 1000ml water).
Handmade 5×7 Pinhole Camera test 3 previous posts: – Handmade 5×7 Pinhole Camera test 1 – Handmade 5×7 Pinhole Camera test 2 It has been a long time since I have shared some results of my pinhole photography testing. Today I thought I would continue with some testing I had done with my very own handmade 5×7 pinhole camera. As with most of my pinhole self-portrait images, I love using a black as my background. I have said many times […]