The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA has a back lot with about 2 acres of the sort of hardware that fueled my nightmares in the ’90s. Military planes, missiles, and more are all in various stages of restoration or decay. Some are just left to be baked to […]
Author Archives: Andrew Collins
Andrew has a BFA in Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University and works in New Mexico as a computer scientist. In between parenting twin boys, he shoots 35mm, 120, and digital. He recently stuck an enlarger in the corner of the laundry room and started printing as well as developing film.
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5 Frames… On 30+ year expired Kodak Panatomic X driving through New Mexico (EI 32 / Nikon F3 / Voigtlander Nokton 58mm f/1.4)
The bulk loader was a deal and came with mystery film. It had a label that said ‘Plus X 125’ so I loaded a small test roll, shot it and developed it in Kodak D-76. The results were way underexposed but it looked like it developed properly and I could read ‘KODAK SAFETY FILM 5060’ […]