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  • last doubles roll

    Developed this roll myself, first time in a couple of years. Used a monobath developer I had never used before, developer and fixer all in one. Very quick process, had to tweak them a bit. Much easier. Cheers!

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  • you never know

    Shooting film is a crapshoot, you never know what you are going to get. That is part of the fun, but can also be a frustration. Scanned three rolls of almost all double exposures, and of course some I liked and some I didn’t. Here are a few of my favorites. Probably doing less in…

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  • scanning holga

    I don’t have a darkroom, nor have I ever made darkroom prints, even back in the 70s and 80s, so being able to scan negatives into my ipad in some way is a must. I had a nice Epson flatbed photo scanner, that could do both 35mm and 120mm negatives, but it got sold with…

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  • chemistry

    I presently have three rolls of exposed film at a local camera shop being developed, and by local I mean it is a 30 minute drive, about 20 miles one way to get to it. Like everything else, development costs have gone up, and there can be a 10-14 day turnaround time to get the…

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  • what gate

    Been playing with printed photos and collage again. These photos, three of which I posted previously on here, are all out of the fujica medium format film camera, scanned to create digital files and then printed on my printer. Like the ones previously, this is 16×20, but is on black canvas this time. I also…

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  • free range

    Greetings from the work in progress rambling on about whatever blogging aether. I have been adopting the label of free range photographer for a while now, but as I continue to wander that ever expanding range, photography seems to just be the departure point lately. I still play with the camera, especially the Fujica film…

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  • a way of being

    “The Creative Act: A Way of Being”, a great book by Rick Rubin.

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