Monthly Archives: February 2012

Colour Processing – Where I Went Wrong!

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Short of a year ago I got a Tetenal C-41 kit anticipating colour processing at home with fabulous results. Since then I have developed a dozen or so films, mostly Ektar 100 and Portra 400 – 645, 6×6 and 6×9 … Continue reading

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Where Is This?

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Just about a year or so before jumping onto the digital bandwaggon I had a short encounter with slide film. The first time was when trekking in the mid-Swedish fells in Jämtland, the second was at a medieval festival and … Continue reading

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Random Gallery – Winter

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Winter, snow, freezing cold… says it all. A walk around Solberga in -7 C. Brrr. Even colder -12 C. Brrrrrr. All with 5D2 and Ultron 40/2.

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An Old Washhouse

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I often find wow-scenes in my head when driving. But stopping the car and actually take that photo that my brain has envisioned is much more seldom. This old house belongs to the category where I finally stayed a few … Continue reading

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Random Gallery – Details At Home

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There are small photo opportunities everywhere, you just have to see. I am bad at this, so this weekend I ran around with the camera at home, as an excercise, trying to find some hidden opportunities.

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Zeiss Ikonta – A 1950’s Folder

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In my collection there are a few Zeiss Ikontas, a folder camera from the 1950’s.  Mine came from internet auctions and varied in shape upon arrival. Since it is an all mechanic camera the Pronto shutters often need a going … Continue reading

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Standing Developing Test

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Standing development and Fomadon One of my favourite developing techniques for B&W film is the so-called standing development method. There appears to be quite a bit of controversy connected to this way of producing negatives but I have found it … Continue reading

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