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The left of right Shot on Rollei Infrared 400 at EI 400 Black and white negative film in 4x5 format Graflex Speed Graphic, Graflex Optar 135 f/4.7 Developed in Cinestill Df96 monobath
It must be 30 years since I’ve used ILFORD FP4 PLUS, of course, it was plain FP4 in those days (I stopped using it before the PLUS arrived in 1990).
Above as below Shot on ILFORD Delta 100 Professional at EI 100 Black and white negative film in 4x5 format
門 / mén / door #02 Shot on Fuji Provia 100F (RDP
Bougainvillea bonsai Shot on Fuji Provia 100F (RDP III) at EI 100 Color reversal (slide) film in 4x5 format Kodak Aero Ektar 7" (178mm) f/2.5 - Graflex Pacemaker Speed Graphic Read the Fuji Provia 100F (RDP III) review here.
If you believe when today's photographer says he's only been shooting film for the past four or five years, you're in the minority.
I'm bored. Photographically, that pretty much sums up the past few months for me. Yes I know it's probably not best to start off this update post with a lamenting and needy statement but there it is.
35mm, medium format, large format...today's interviewee takes it all in his stride, shooting developing and printing everything himself as he goes. Oh, and he's into year two of an ongoing large format 365 project.
In recent years I've turned into more of a do-it-yourself kind of guy. From starting leatherwork a few years back, to getting knee deep other crafts, hacks and mods.
Today we're sitting down with Marcus Carlsson, Swedish large format aficionado, sometime digital shooter, obsessive DIY-ist and more recently, app developer. We'll be telling you more about his Analogue App a little later.
Seriously, what is it about Large Format photography that makes me want to literally dive in to an image?
We're back again and this time we're sitting down with Craig Pindell, native of Cheyenne, Wyoming and (mostly) 8x10 nut philosopher.