A Conversation for The Black and White Photography Process
DILLIGAF Started conversation Jul 24, 2001
I always used to use a "Dark bag" to load the film into the developing tank. It takes a bit of practice, but it saved me running up and down the stairs when doing a long run. The bag also comes in handy if you have a film jam in the camera, when out and about.
As for developers, I was always fond of the "one-shot" variety, and preferred the liquid type to the powder. Much easier to mix, and less chance of scratching the neg's, like powder can if not mixed Properly.
Great post, but when are we going to move on to colour, or better still transparencies?
$u$ Posted Aug 18, 2001
Funnily enough, there is an impending Uni project on Photography, and anyone with an interest/knowledge of photography is invited to contribute. Details can be found here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/A544367
ex Brigadeer, now Tealady Werekitty aka Tobru De'ran; ex sith extraordinaire, well poked veggie fascist and Goo Goose Posted Oct 23, 2002
Soz to talk to you, like a year after your last comment but why did you delete the above link? Im doing a photography A level and I was hoping to get some ideas. Put it back, plees?
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