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PHOTOGRAPHES. Matt's Classic Camera Collection. Silent World by Michael Kenna. American Experience. - StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon.

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Famous Photographers With Their Even More Famous Photographs. The Post-Apocalyptic Clownscape That Was Six Flags New Orleans. Film/photography. Yatzer™ Resources for Vintage Cameras. Navigation Canon Support Pages All these links open in a new tab or window.

Resources for Vintage Cameras

If a Canon product is currently offered, you can find it easily through their product links from the main page. If it has been manufactured in the last ten years or so, you can likely find a link from the support page to the original page that was used to offer the camera when it was currently sold, with links to software and drivers, manuals and brochures in PDF format, accessories, specifications, etc. The Canon Camera Museum has almost every camera and lens ever offered by Canon all the way back to the Kwanon prototype in 1933.

Back to top of page Back to main page Current Films Kodak currently advertises Ektar 100 Professional as having "The World's Finest Grain. " Click on the picture of the roll of Ektar 100 Professional to go to the Kodak page on this film. CanonFD FAQL. Discussing I Shoot Film's Tutorials and Walk Throughs (Videos / Sets) in I Shoot Film. ACP - Main index. A simplified zone system for making good exposures. A simplified Zone system for making good exposures by Norman Koren Modified May 26, 2010 This page presents a simplified version of Ansel Adams' Zone system, suitable for 35mm and medium format photography, color or black & white.

A simplified zone system for making good exposures

The bulk of the page was written when film was dominant. It was revised in October, 2005 to include material on digital photography. Classic Enlargers, Parts, Sales and Service for Classic Omega Enlargers.

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Black vs. Gray - JBrunners guide #1 Magic bullets for B&W beginners. Recipes (dev times) using film Ilford Delta 100. Canon FD lenses - Main Index Page. Frequently Asked Questions — How to Load Pack Film. So, you've got a packfilm camera.

Frequently Asked Questions — How to Load Pack Film

And you've got some packfilm. But you have no clue what to do now!? Regardless of brand, expiration date or film type all packfilms load the same. If you have a packfilm taking film back for a medium format camera, or anything that takes packfilm at all, these instructions will still work for you. Remember that any camera or film back which takes packfilm requires power of some kind. Opening the box Packfilm will keep at least 1 year past its expiration date in a cool dark place.

Every pack of film comes in single or double pack boxes. Both Polaroid and Fuji films put all the film specs on the back of the box. Reconditioning an Automatic 350 (2xlithium mod) Most people aren't that interested in complete manual control over their Polaroids.

Reconditioning an Automatic 350 (2xlithium mod)

Which is totally understandable, instant prints should be taken instantly without hesitation. The problem with cameras 30yrs old, or more, is that they typically arrive in poor shape. Usually the battery compartment is corroded and dust has found its way into all the tiny places within the camera body. Buy & Sell New & Used Cameras – Canon, Nikon, Hasselblad, Leica & More - KEH.com. Black and White Film Photography. Www.kwdo.de/download/noblex_135eng_96.pdf.

Film Photography Project. Film Photography Podcast - Episode 101 – April 15, 2014 The internet radio show for people who love to shoot film!

Film Photography Project

Discussions include Pinhole Photography, Interview with Pinhole Photographer Marian Roth, Eastman High... Film Photography Podcast - Episode 100 – April 1, 2014 The internet radio show for people who love to shoot film! Favorite Classics / Who Are We? Introduction Every camera featured on this site is personally owned by one (or both) of the contributors.

Favorite Classics / Who Are We?

And further each of these cameras was purchased in need of various degrees of repair. To us a pristine old camera just doesn’t have the attraction…or mystic…that one with a few scrapes and scratches possesses. There is an old saying about two kinds of interesting people: Men with a future and women with a past. Indeed, it is their past that makes these old cameras so interesting. Neither of us are in the camera repair business; nor do we wish to represent ourselves as experts.

Freestyle Photographic Supplies - Traditional Black & White Film, Paper, Chemicals, Holgas and ULF. Developing 4X5 Sheet Film: An Alternative Method. Film is Back! Spot metering with the Canon T90 - Photo.net Canon FD Forum. Kerry Kennedy , Oct 04, 2008; 03:53 p.m.

spot metering with the Canon T90 - Photo.net Canon FD Forum

We seem to be discussing the T90 today. That's fine with me; it is a great camera. I would like to hear from you on your individual techniques on actually using the spot meter. I would find it hard to believe that many of you would actually gather the 8 spot meter readings that the camera can integrate. Index. The Eclectic Photography Resource. Www.largeformatphotography.info/articles/ZoneDial.pdf. The Canon FD Documentation Project - Main Menu. Www.viewcamera.com/documents/meteringthelargeformatphotograph.pdf.

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The sudden death of film. Strobist. Guess the lighting. The Metropolitan Museum of Art - StumbleUpon. Harold Greengard, Twin Lakes, Connecticut, 1917 Paul Strand (American, 1890–1976) Silver-platinum print; 10 x 13 in. (24.5 x 33 cm) Ford Motor Company Collection, Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest and The Horace W.

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Goldsmith Foundation Gift through Joyce and Robert Menschel, and Gift of Ford Motor Company and John C. Waddell, by exchange, 1997 (1997.25) © 1997 Aperture Foundation Inc., Paul Strand Archive By the beginning of the twentieth century, photography was well on its way to becoming the visual language it is today, the pervasive agent of democratic communication. Photographers used its growing influence to expose society's evils, which the prosperous, self-indulgent Belle Époque chose to ignore: the degrading conditions of workers in big-city slums, the barbarism of child labor, the terrorism of lynching, the devastation of war.