Aware of the Void

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Loading a Plastic Film Reel

Loading a Plastic Film Reel

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Religions have been founded based on the debate over using plastic or steel reels. Personally I like the AP plastic reel. I find them easy to use and at this stage I have about 10 of them so I always have some dry and ready to go.

Always make sure they are fully dry before you use them as the film will stick to the plastic…

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Liam - Print Scan on Flickr.Camera:Nikon FM2
Film: Kodak Tri-X
Dev: HC110 (B) 6 min 20c
Enlarger: Opemus 6 B+W
Paper: Ilford Multigrade IV RC
Scan: Epson V600
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Liam - Print Scan on Flickr.

Camera:Nikon FM2
Film: Kodak Tri-X
Dev: HC110 (B) 6 min 20c
Enlarger: Opemus 6 B+W
Paper: Ilford Multigrade IV RC
Scan: Epson V600
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Berk on Flickr.Zero Image 4x5 Pinhole Camera (Horseman 120 rollback fitted)
Film: Kodak Tri-X
Dev: Adox Adonal
Focal Length:25mm
Aperture:f138
Exposure: 8 Mins
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Berk on Flickr.

Zero Image 4x5 Pinhole Camera (Horseman 120 rollback fitted)
Film: Kodak Tri-X
Dev: Adox Adonal
Focal Length:25mm
Aperture:f138
Exposure: 8 Mins
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The Bride and Groom on Flickr.I shot so much digital that day that I was concerned that I may not get a chance to shoot with a film camera but these two seemed to have infinite patience when it came to the formal photos.
Camera:Mamiya RB67
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400
Dev: HC110 (B) 4.5min

The Bride and Groom on Flickr.

I shot so much digital that day that I was concerned that I may not get a chance to shoot with a film camera but these two seemed to have infinite patience when it came to the formal photos.

Camera:Mamiya RB67
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400
Dev: HC110 (B) 4.5min

The Burning Man on Flickr.Camera:Nikon F100
Film: FotoFast 35mm Expired 2006
Dev: C41 Lab
My blog page at awareofthevoid.com
My Facebook page

The Burning Man on Flickr.

Camera:Nikon F100
Film: FotoFast 35mm Expired 2006
Dev: C41 Lab

My blog page at awareofthevoid.com

My Facebook page

The Groom on Flickr.I took some pictures at a wedding yesterday, I have started the selection and edit process. This normally involves briefly squinting at the contact sheet and deciding what to print. But I shot a lot on digital yesterday and the couple were so much fun that I found I was pretty heavy on the shutter button. This is one of my first shots from the day and I think set the tone for the whole event.

The Groom on Flickr.

I took some pictures at a wedding yesterday, I have started the selection and edit process. This normally involves briefly squinting at the contact sheet and deciding what to print. But I shot a lot on digital yesterday and the couple were so much fun that I found I was pretty heavy on the shutter button. This is one of my first shots from the day and I think set the tone for the whole event.

Film Swap With Kate - Dublin Vs Oakland and Napa

Film Swap With Kate – Dublin Vs Oakland and Napa

Film Swap with Kate Dollarhyde

This film swap business has started to develop a life of its own. Fresh rolls are now arriving every week and I am really enjoying the creative collaborations and all the surprises they bring. This is the results of my first film swap with Kate Dollarhyde and as I type I have a second roll at the lab.

This latest round was shot by Kate in Oakland and Napa-USA and I re-shot the roll in Dublin

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How to Make Redscale Film - 35mm

How to Make Redscale Film – 35mm

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To make your own Redscale film you will need:

  • a used film canister – I ask the Lab to keep me some when I drop my films off for development
  • a new roll of colour film
  • sellotape – or similar
  • a scissors
  • somewhere very, very dark

Process or How to….

  1. Cut the leader from the fresh roll of film
  2. Flip it over so that the emulsion side is facing you (the…

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