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A Beginners Guide to Cheap and Easy Developing of Black and White Film at Home

For less than a hundred bucks worth of equipment you can easily start developing your own black and white negatives. The cost of the chemicals works out to be less than $1/35mm roll or a little less than $2/120 roll. If you like to take a ton of pictures and don't have a lot of money to spend developing your own negatives is a lot cheaper and easier than you could possibly have imagined.

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DIY : La Sardina Comic Case

In this Tipster you'll find an easy way to create a plastic customized case for your La Sardina Camera

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Exposing Both Sides of the Film
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DIY Fashion: Feather Earings

“What’s old is new again”. Yup, that’s an old saying and way back in the 70’s feather earrings were all the rage and DIY blogger, Crystal Donnely, made them by the bunch. If you want to make a pair - it’s simple and easy and you can whip up a bunch in no time. These would make a great project for a teenage sleepover.

DIY Project #23: Make a Film Reminder for Your 35mm Cameras!

Along with our La Sardina DIY camera we’d like to present several DIY projects to inspire you. This project is a fun tutorial on how to make your own film reminder for your 35mm cameras by Joy Celine Asto. Have fun!