17. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Ilford is Creating a Set of Super Helpful ‘Darkroom Guides’ on YouTube

Ilford is Creating a Set of Super Helpful ‘Darkroom Guides’ on YouTube

Over the past seven months, Ilford has been publishing a set of helpful “Darkroom Guides” to the How To playlist on the company YouTube channel. The series was created to help film photographers take their “next steps i… Read the rest “Ilford is Creating a Set of Super Helpful ‘Darkroom Guides’ on YouTube”

13. Oktober 2020
von Ludwig Hagelstein
Kommentare deaktiviert für Positive Developments and Negative Attitudes: A Word on Color and Conversion

Positive Developments and Negative Attitudes: A Word on Color and Conversion

Color is complex. Achieving great color can be cumbersome, both in analog and digital workflows, and developing and researching it has been as hard as rocket science.

Since the advent of the so-called “analog resurgence,” the trope of the … Read the rest “Positive Developments and Negative Attitudes: A Word on Color and Conversion”

23. September 2020
von Seckin Sinan Isik
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make an Auto 35mm Film Scanner with Arduino Nano and Python

How to Make an Auto 35mm Film Scanner with Arduino Nano and Python

Waiting while flatbed scanners scan a color negative film is nothing to be excited about. This process and the subsequent color precorrection can take anywhere from an hour to two.

Tools available today, such as Negative Lab Pro, make it ea… Read the rest “How to Make an Auto 35mm Film Scanner with Arduino Nano and Python”

4. September 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Testing Out the Cheapest 35mm Film Scanner on Amazon

Testing Out the Cheapest 35mm Film Scanner on Amazon

Photographer and YouTuber George Muncey of Negative Feedback recently set out on an ill-fated adventure in film scanning. He went out and bought the cheapest 35mm film scanner he could find online—the DIGITNOW! 135, which costs a whoppin… Read the rest “Testing Out the Cheapest 35mm Film Scanner on Amazon”

20. August 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Guy Shot a Milky Way Timelapse on 35mm Film

This Guy Shot a Milky Way Timelapse on 35mm Film

Photographer Jason De Freitas recently took his 35mm film camera out into the night and spent over an hour manually shooting a photo every minute. He then turned those photos into this 30-second time-lapse of the Milky Way.

De Freitas says t… Read the rest “This Guy Shot a Milky Way Timelapse on 35mm Film”

31. Juli 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 7 Tips for Getting Started with Film Photography

7 Tips for Getting Started with Film Photography

The folks over at COOPH recently tamed up with Brooklyn-based freelance photographer Joe Greer to put together a helpful “beginner’s guide” of sorts for anybody who wants to get started with film photography.

The sho… Read the rest “7 Tips for Getting Started with Film Photography”

29. Juli 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Capture One Unveils Two Film-Inspired ‘Style Packs’ for Photo Editing

Capture One Unveils Two Film-Inspired ‘Style Packs’ for Photo Editing

Capture One has jumped into the preset game with the release of the Beyond Collection: two new ‘style packs’ that allow you to apply “the feel and character” of various film and black & white “looks&#… Read the rest “Capture One Unveils Two Film-Inspired ‘Style Packs’ for Photo Editing”