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Kodak T-MAX 400 is by far one of my favorite black and white films to shoot. It has a great balance of classic grain and also great latitude. Negatives are easily identified by edge markings stating "TMY-2".
And this is where my journey of home developing begins! After a couple of disappointments - in rapid succession - of the work of some photo labs, it was time to take full responsibility for all the loosely cut last
At the end of 2017 I mentioned to Aislinn Chuahiock that I'd received some 35mm Kodak Portra 800 to test out and was planning on pitting it against Lomography's Color Negative 800 in a side-by-side review.
In her infinite wisdom
In December of 2010, when the last rolls of Kodachrome were processed, (one of them mine), I became melancholy and wrote a very short personal perspective on this iconic film. What you see below is the result.
The high EI shootout is back for part two: the pushening.
Poorly executed references to the terrible sequel that was Highlander 2 aside, I'm hoping that you'll find this extension of part one just as informative as the first and
As regular readers will know, I've been doing #FILMSWAPs for close to six months now and things are going great guns. Since it all started back in July, I've been lucky enough to swap over 150 rolls (and reels) of
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