Since I’ve started developing my own film, I’m pleased to say I have yet to ruin any of the dozens of rolls of film I’ve processed at home — every single roll has resulted in usable negatives, with seemingly proper density. However, something has been dogging me, and I only recently discovered that it was my own fault: Images with light edges (on the positives), dark edges (on the negatives).Continue reading…
Since shooting film, I’ve posted my favorite shots to Flickr under the user name WestopherGuy, and you can see my work there.
- A big deal: Reflecting on the significance and history of the Rolleiflex
- An unexpected question: What film would I recommend?
- Kodak Ektachrome E100 reintroduction finally comes to 120 and 4×5
- Review: Hasselblad 503CW medium format film camera
- Diagnosing light edges on images (dark edges on negatives)