Anything to do with film development darkroom printing by hand. This includes making fibre based silver gelatin prints in a traditional wet darkroom as well as loading and developing films in tanks. For more specific information eg E-6 processing I would recommend using the site search top left using that phrase.
Film development darkroom printing by hand
Loading Sheet Film Double Darks 4×5
Loading Sheet Film Loading Sheet Film Double Darks 4×5. This is a very rough and basic video of showing the Read more.
Cleaning inside mac G5 tower
Cleaning inside mac G5: Spring is almost here, time to clean out all the dust and crap that get sucked Read more.
Split grade printing on fibre based paper
This is the last in a series of three posts exploring a single, high contrast image, with the goal of Read more.
Contact Proof Prints | Standard Exposure Time
In this post I will be looking at establishing a standard exposure time for making your contact prints. This is Read more.
Overdeveloped negatives | printing from difficult negatives
Overdeveloped negatives, we all have them hidden away somewhere. You know, one of those bullet proof negatives that we look Read more.
Perth Photography Workshops 2016 Canning River
Perth Photography Workshops 2016: here is the list of weekend workshops dates I will be running for the coming year. Read more.
Sekonic L758D and the Zone System
Sekonic L758D and the Zone System: a quick guide explaining how to measure the contrast range of a scene to Read more.
Film Workshop Heathcote Gallery learn to develop film
Last Sunday at Heathcote Museum & Gallery I conducted a film workshop offered during the course of my exhibition “dissociation”. We started by making Read more.
Old English wooden enlarger for 6×8 inch glass plates
Just came across this old photo of mine. Looking more like a guillotine this was my first large format enlarger. Read more.
Traditional Silver Gelatin Fibre Based Prints
Traditional Silver Gelatin Fibre Based Prints are made by hand and involves the use of traditional darkroom, light sensitive materials Read more.