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  1. crowecg

    The train has left the station

    Film 1 I think there is something more to the description than the obvious view. I dragged my old film camera out of the back of the cupboard and stuck a new set of batteries in it and found an old roll of film and gave it a go. Perhaps some of the quality (or lack of it) is because the film was a cheap film anyway and has sat on my shelf unused for around 15 years. I did find one problem, film 2 the film didn't always wind on. The effect here isn't too bad - somehow the various frames seem to line up. At this stage, I'm
  2. Luc de Schepper

    If possible - try shooting film (again)

    Two weeks ago I participated in an analog only photowalk. It was an exercise in self-restriction, don't press the shutter button unless you're 100% sure! I had the images developed and scanned by a professional lab, costly but they did a great job so worth the money spent. These images were shot in the lovely city of Leiden with a Nikon F100 + Tamron 28-75mm f2.8 on Ilford FP4 Plus 125 film. 1. 000030 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 2. 000029 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 3. 000028 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 4.
  3. Alan7140

    Black and White and all that...

    I have been on record in complaining that digital killed B&W as a truly viable monochrome end-product (unless created by extremely skilled practitioners, of course), with the interpolation of Bayer sensors and the algorithms written for "removal of colour" changing what was once a guttural, organic look that film gave to a B&W image replaced with a smoothed-out "plastic" looking image with the colour removed. the tonal response was now linear, as opposed to the "S" curve response of B&W (silver halide) film. So on Saturday, with the winter sun shining and not a cloud in the sky, I
  4. Alan7140

    Black and White and all that...

    I have been on record in complaining that digital killed B&W as a truly viable monochrome end-product (unless created by extremely skilled practitioners, of course), with the interpolation of Bayer sensors and the algorithms written for "removal of colour" changing what was once a guttural, organic look that film gave to a B&W image replaced with a smoothed-out "plastic" looking image with the colour removed. the tonal response was now linear, as opposed to the "S" curve response of B&W (silver halide) film. So on Saturday, with the winter sun shining and not a cloud in the sky, I
  5. FILM Ferrania is trying to restart the production of film using equipments from the closed Ferrania factory in Italy. They have here https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/filmferrania/100-more-years-of-analog-film a Kickstarter project to fund the transfer of 3 critical machines out of the Ferrania building before it is demolished. Not that I'm using film again but we must keep it alive, I think. First seen by Thom Hogan http://www.filmbodies.com/newsviews/help-save-a-film-factory.html
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