I never grow tired of photographing the swamp sheoaks along the Canning River wetlands.
Velvia 4×5 Tetenal E6 3 bath process: developing your 4×5 sheet film transparencies yourself.
Demonstrated film speed increase and extend contrast range. A simple film processing technique that could substantially improve your print quality.
You don’t need an expensive densitometer to perform accurate film speed tests. Learn how to expose and develop your black and white film correctly.
This basic video shows how to load 4×5 sheet film into a double dark film holder. All steps need to be made in total darkness for both black and white or colour film.
Using the Sekonic L758D with the Zone System – A quick guide to taking spot readings and using the LCD to display tonal relationships and scene contrast.
I conducted a film workshop during my exhibition “Dissociation” at Heathcote Gallery. I demonstrated making an exposure using my 4×5 camera. The group then observed me processing that negative. Due to level of interest registered I will be repeating this workshop which is limited to 10 participants at a time.
Processing 120 film with excessive curling can cause the film to jam or be damaged when loading into spiral reels for tank development. The following is a description of how I load 120 film with excessive curl into a daylight film tank for processing.
Fremantle Bridge pipes as a film test subject to experiment with film speed and contrast. Film tests can be time consuming and generally bore me to tears, but every now and then they are a necessary evil. So to make it a little more interesting I tried to find some local interesting subject matter.