OK, I know I said I’d not develop any color film again and here I go and buy another color development kit.
I’s just that I love black and white but some days you got to have some color in your life!
…since my last post!
Shucks! Time flies!
Yes, I’m not yet retired!
Waiting for it, it’s true, but not yet there. Still about 10 years to go… So I’m still going to work each morning.
I’m lucky to have a photo featured on the excellent PHYSICAL GRAIN website!
Ray Larose offers the great opportunity to any film photographer to show off a photo with some background information.
And while you take a look and perhaps submit one of your photos, stop by his personal website too! Great photography, great cameras and good reads!
Yes, this is completely unrelated to the usual subjects on this site, but I just wanted to get something out there. Of course I’m late to the party but then again I don’t think what I have to say is that world-shattering. Continue reading
Good news don’t seem to stop this year, so today will be a double feature day!
I just read an announcement for a ‘new’ film from Zorki Photo!
The film is in fact an existing, unnamed 100 ISO emulsion, very nicely repackaged in a gorgeous soviet-retro-style.
I was out and about with my Leica IIIa with a never before tried film emulsion, Kodak Tmax 400. Heard saying that it was nice stuff with finer grain than my ‘normal’ HP5 or Tri-X and I wanted to test it out.
For the first 20 frames I had my super sharp Industar 50 lens on the camera. It’s by far the sharpest lens I have for my IIIa and would be perfect but for those flares…. It’s a coated version but it flares in direct sunlight.