Developing 4X5 Sheet Film: An Alternative Method by Eugene Singer for largeformatphotography.info My first experience developing 4X5 sheet films (Speed Graphic negatives) was in 1948, while attending Wayne University, in Detroit, Michigan.Ê The Visual-Auditory Dept. at the school had a darkroom that was equipped with three large stainless steel deep tanks immersed in a temperature-controlled water jacket. The film developer was never completely changed out, only occasionally replenished with fresh developer. It had the appearance of muddy, dark brown coffee. After graduation, I used small and medium format roll film, exclusively. Tray development seemed to be the only method that produced the smooth, even development, without streaking, that I was trying to obtain with sheet film. For a while, I was seriously considering investing in a Jobo rotary development system, until I read the newly revised Ilford Tech. sheets. I wanted to obtain edge effects similar to those that Gordon Hutchings describes when using his PMK developer.
How to Price Portrait Photography? Jodie Otte's Advice | MCP Photoshop Actions and Tutorials Blog for Photographers You are here: Blog Home » Business Tips » How To Price Portrait Photography To Make Money How To Price Portrait Photography? Words of Advice from a Professional Photographer As a general observation, I am shocked at the low prices of a lot of portrait photographers – especially new photographers, and I hope this isn’t offensive to anyone, but what is more important than your photography, is your business skills when running a business. Business sense, that’s what. Everyone asks – how should I price my portrait photography? Another thing – if you do not need the money right now because your spouse is the breadwinner, now is a GREAT TIME to build an exclusiveness about your business. The thing about running a business – you have to take emotions out of it. When I see some charging $200 and that includes all the digital files or even some of the files or even a $100 print credit with $20 8x10s, I cringe because that photographer can be making less than minimum wage and has no idea. 1. 2. 3.
Welcome to the CPM Favorite Classics / Who Are We? Introduction Every camera featured on this site is personally owned by one (or both) of the contributors. And further each of these cameras was purchased in need of various degrees of repair. Neither of us are in the camera repair business; nor do we wish to represent ourselves as experts. We both shoot Canon EOS but enjoy the feel of fine old metal cameras in our hands. This site is totally non-profit. newspapers/magazines/poster ads photos instruction manuals repair manuals personal experiences [Founders of Favorite Classics] Margaret Mak Contributor & Site Administratormak@kyphoto.com Henry Taber Editor & email@example.com
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