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Tim Lander, Analogue

Tim Lander, Analogue

Photographer: Victor Anthony (victorsez) Canadian poet, musician, writer, sailor and occupier. Dan Domme’s commentary: An excellent character portrait.  Simple setup with an Olympus Trip 35 loaded with Ilford’s XP2 film, which is developed in C-41 chemistry.  A good example…

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Shooting Film on a Tight Budget!

Shooting Film on a Tight Budget!

It is often the case that we come into the world of film photography for very little money, rarely does the expense stop there.  Shooting film opens a whole new realm of must-have purchases.  Whether its darkroom supplies, accessories, or…

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35mm Sprocket Hole Photography

35mm Sprocket Hole Photography

Segment from Film Photography Podcast Episode 28 – February 15, 2011   “Sprocket hole photography is a style of photography that exposes the full width of 35 mm film, creating a photograph punctuated by the “sprocket holes” (perforations) along the…

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Off Brand Lenses are Alright!

Off Brand Lenses are Alright!

Blog by Michael Raso I really have a soft spot for off-brand products. You know—off brand, generic “knock-offs” of the original brand. Most products from breakfast cereals to home electronics have them. My first zoom lens for my Canon…

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