Beloved of landscape photographers, especially those involved with supplying images for calendars and home decor products both before and well into the digital camera era, the Fuji Panorama GX617 was the final iteration of Fuji’s legendary behemoth panoramic medium
Category: Darkroom printing
Find all EMULSIVE articles dedicated to darkroom printing – aka “wet printing” – right here; from traditional black and white and RA-4 (colour) darkroom printing processes to lith, platinum-palladium.
Photography: Kodak EKTACHROME E100 comparison #01: EI 100, EI 200 and EI 100 XPRO (35mm format)
Kodak (new) EKTACHROME E100 comparison #01
EKTACHROME E100 at EI 100: Ricoh GR1s (C-41 cross process)
EKTACHROME E100 at EI 100: Nikon F100 + Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AF-D (E-6 development)
EKTACHROME E100 at EI 200: Nikon FM3A + Nikkor 50mm
5 Frames… With Kodak Tri-X 400 (EI 400 / 120 format / Rolleicord Ia)
Finding Sieglinde Hefftner, my mother, seemed like a good way of trying out a recent addition to my evolving collection of film cameras.
From the early 1940s to the early 1950s my mother worked at Harry Glocke’s Photo Studio
Photography: Muckcatcher – Shot on Kodak EASTMAN DOUBLE-X 5222 at EI 1600 (35mm format)
Shot on Kodak EASTMAN DOUBLE-X 5222 at EI 1600
Black and white negative film in 35mm format
Push processed 22/3 stops
Rodinal 1+25: 21°C/70°F, 14:30 (N+22/3)
1 minute presoak, 30 seconds initial agitation, 1 inversions
5 Frames… With Kodak T-MAX 400 (EI 400 / 35mm format / Canon EOS5)
Once every couple of months, I throw a film into my old Canon EOS5 (the Plastic Fantastic) and follow my daughter around for the day, shooting the stuff she gets up to.
Photography: ‘lil stunner – Shot on Kodak EKTACHROME E100 at EI 400 – 35mm format
Shot on Kodak EKTACHROME E100 at EI 400Color reversal (slide) film in 35mm formatPush processed two stops.
Read the Kodak EKTACHROME E100 first impressions review – EI 100, 200, 400 and 800 tested.
‘lil stunnerShot on Kodak
Camera review: The Pentax 67
It’s a beast, this Pentax. It weighs a ton and it’s hard to hang on to. It’s slow, has a terrible synch speed and everything is in full stops.
Photography: Up and to the right #01 – Shot on Kodak EKTACHROME 100VS (E100VS) at EI 100 (35mm format)
Up and to the right #01
Shot on Kodak EKTACHROME 100VS (E100VS) at EI 100
Color reversal (slide) film in 35mm format
Leica M6 TTL + Voigtlander 21mm f/4
Silver craft: creating a fine print, from contact sheet to fiber
Creating a print is much more than simply setting up an enlarger, negative and some paper.
An introduction to black and white darkroom printing
Black and white printing is (obviously) fun, and easy to get into.
Getting to grips with darkroom printing using Caffenol (and alternatives) – Darkroom alchemy
Analog black and white film development and chicken soup. Enough internet for today?
An unusual combination, but according to an article I found online, chicken soup can be used to develop film.