I recently bought a Mamiya RB67 with a Mamiya Sekor C 50mm f4.5 and a 90mm f3.8. After a month away for a CLA I got it back, where a few expired rolls were waiting for it. I was eager to shoot a lot, since I’m used to shooting a lot of 35mm and half […]
Tag: ECN-2 Chemistry
Consumer motion picture ECN-2 film developer kits from QWD Lab: info and Q&A
Earlier this week Philadelphia-based QWD Lab released a brand new film developer kit made specifically for small-scale development of motion picture film at home in its native ECN-2 process. The new kit, dubbed simply the “QWD ECN-2 Kit”, comes in powder form (just add water) and will process at least 15 rolls of 35mm/36 exposure, […]
Cinematic storytelling part 3: developing motion picture film
Welcome to the final (?) part of this three-part series exploring the use of motion picture film in still photography.
Cinematic storytelling part 2: motion picture film, print film and chemistry
In part two of this series we are going to go delve into the technical side of motion picture film: color temperature, print vs motion picture film stocks and finally start to get into what ECN-2 is all about.
Cinematic storytelling part 1: an overview of motion picture film and still photography
This three-part series explores motion picture film for use in still camera and covers the theory behind motion picture film, currently available film stocks, the importance of correct development and the development process itself.
Through this article and the
Developing motion picture film in your own darkroom
Snatched from the streets of San Diego in late March 2016 by a group of masked assailants, Diz has been spending some time at EMULSIVE HQ (voluntarily) working on a guest post covering his process for developing motion picture film
Film stock review: Kodak VISION3 250D (5207) motion picture film
The Imitation Game, Les Miserables, Lincoln, The Wolf of Wall Street, 12 Years a Slave and Argo…oh, and the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII.
What do all these movies have in common?