Tag: developer

  • Beating the Credit Crunch - The Coffee Developer

    written by mattcharnock on 2008-12-25 in #gear #tipster
    Beating the Credit Crunch - The Coffee Developer

    With today’s economic crisis we need to find new ways to beat the credit crunch and, by Jove, Hanspan and I have it! Why spend tons of cash getting your films developed when you can do it really cheaply with ingredients from your own Kitchen?

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  • Photobooth Impulses: Sometimes You Just Need a Good Fix(er)

    written by dirklancer on 2011-08-26 in #lifestyle
    Photobooth Impulses: Sometimes You Just Need a Good Fix(er)

    I usually get my fix in the traditional analogue way. I snap pictures, drive to the lab, wait, drive back to the lab, scan, and enjoy. You may have heard of 35mm referred to as a "gateway drug;" of this, I am living proof. Sometimes, late at night, I find I just can't wait. That's when I turn to something a little more hardcore: old school photobooths.

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  • Happy Birthday Rodinal

    written by eyecon on 2011-02-08 in #news
    Happy Birthday Rodinal

    Not only the car is celebrating a big birthday these days,. No, an even bigger invention of human mankind, the terrific Black and White developer "Rodinal" from Agfa turns 120 years old.

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  • Keep Your Chemicals Fresh

    written by ilkadj on 2012-10-02 in #gear #tipster
    Keep Your Chemicals Fresh

    The initial start when you want to process your own film at home might be a bit expensive, but it's cheaper in the long run. You are able to reuse some of the chemicals that you bought, as long as you maintain its freshness. Check out the article to find out how!

  • Agitating Your Developer Correctly in the Canister

    written by ilkadj on 2012-10-02 in #gear #tipster
    Agitating Your Developer Correctly in the Canister

    Many of you have read the phrase, "...inverting and righting the tank with a twisting motion of your wrist. Turn the tank completely upside down, then reverse the process..." But did you know exactly what to do after your first read? You''d probably read it again, right? Well here's a short description of how you would actually agitate your developer in a canister.