Category Archives: Tutorials

B&W: Developing.

Well Folks, here it is. The post you all have been waiting for, how to actually develop your black and white film from the comfort of your own home. Again I have to throw it in there, this is not gospel but is just what I have worked out to work best for me. There […]

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B&W: Mixing your Chemistry.

Well here we go. This is my how to mix your chemistry post. Next post will finally be actually developing. I am sorry I broke this down into so many posts but it really is a lot of information and I did not want to overload anyone, at least no all at once. Now if […]

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B&W: What to Buy.

I have had many people ask me to do a few posts about this for a long time now and since I am finally getting down to it I need to preface it all with a few things. The B&W development process has literally infinite possibilities, every change of your developer, your agitation, your temperature, […]

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Doing Big Prints: Fuji 100C45.

As as some of you might remember or if you know me at all, I am on a huge instant film kick right now. Originally I was just shooting fp-300b and scanning the paper negatives until I caught wind of people Stripping the backs of fp-100c negatives and getting real negative out of it. Well […]

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Stripping Fuji 100 Series Negs.

So I have had a few people ask me how I do this and I know there are not really any tutorials out there that really explain this in detail. Fuji instant pack film is pretty amazing stuff and gives you amazing colors prints and great tonality in black and white instant. However, what most […]

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