Day 283 (9th Oct) – Post!

Day 283 (9th Oct) - Post!

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 28mm f/2.8
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1/2 @ f/8
Lighting: Monitor
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self timer
Developer: Digibase C-41
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-11-13 08:22:50

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 28mm , f/2.8 , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , 35mm , Film , Epson , V800 , Lightroom , Computer , Monitor , Post-processing , photography , Adobe

Day 165 (13th June) – Flickr Collage

Day 165 (13th June) - Flickr Collage

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Landing at home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 70-210mm f/4 in Macro mode
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1/8 @ f/11
Lighting: Computer Screen
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self timer
Developer: AG Photographic
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-08-14 07:29:37

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 70-210mm , f/4 , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , 35mm , Film , Epson , V800 , Photos , Collage

Day 77 (17th Mar) – Gender Changer

Day 77 (17th Mar) - Gender Changer

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Landing at home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 50mm f/1.8 + Vivitar 2x Macro converter
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1s @ f/8
Lighting: 1 x LED Torch
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self timer
Developer: AG Photographic
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-06-05 07:41:08

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 50mm , f/1.8 , Vivitar , Macro , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , 35mm , Film , Epson , V800 , Gender , changer , computer , 9-pin , D-type

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

Follow me on www.facebook.com/gaelsoucheleau

Gaël Soucheleau © 2019
www.gaelsoucheleau.tumblr.com

Paris, France

Posted by Gaël Soucheleau on 2019-10-08 17:52:00

Tagged: , france , paris , summer , light , portrait , lisa , people , friend , girl , women , cactus , home , living , room , sun , sunrise , sunset , homesweethome , cosy , lifestyle , computer , mac , apple , canon , sigma , art , lens , Photography , photograph , artofvisual , 35mm , parisian , parisianlife , folk , black , BlackandWhite , noiretblanc , dust , architecture

35mm Film – Roll 1.

35mm Film - Roll 1.

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Currently in the process of scanning every single negative strip that I’ve shot thus far.
Looking through the negatives on the computer, I’m seeing so many pictures I never saw or noticed before.
They’ll be uploaded in order of when they were shot, starting with the second roll of film I ever shot (the first roll was destroyed because I didn’t wind it properly &then was exposed to light).
I have around 30 rolls of film I’ll be scanning over the next however many days/weeks.

Scanned from the negative &slightly tweaked in Photoshop. A separate print was made in the darkroom for class.
Excuse my poor scanning skills.
Water spots &dust everywhere, I know.

Posted by Ashleigh Brooke | www.Ashleigh-Brooke.com on 2011-02-25 01:50:52

Tagged: , 35 , mm , film , black , white , b&w , kodak , tmax , 400 , canon , ae-1 , 35mm

Jackie Brodeur, Roll Beginning

Jackie Brodeur, Roll Beginning

This is the way the negative scanned into the computer, and I decided not to crop out the right edge that was tagged onto it (it’s actually part of the shot I ended up using for my project).

Every time I load a new roll of film into my camera, the first shot always comes out half exposed (it’s hard to explain without showing you the open back of the camera, but that’s the way it works). I usually reserve the half-exposed shot for planning – making sure I’ve set up the shot correctly.

The shot itself is always a little strange in its exposure – so even if I were to consider using it, it’d still be the most weirdest-looking shot of the series. But I love the way they look, so I thought I’d post them here.

Plus, I’ve been wanting to post some unedited photos. I *did* edit the contrast a little in some of the shots, but I decided to leave in the dust, scratches, and borders. I do think they look cool.

Posted by Mitch Murdock on 2010-07-20 01:31:13

Tagged: , Jackie , Brodeur , 35mm , Roll , Beginning , Ithaca , College , New , York

35mm Film – Roll 1.

35mm Film - Roll 1.

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Hidden treasure!
I never printed this, never even considered this shot. It’s my favorite from that first developed roll, though, &I’m so glad I was able to save it. I can’t wait to find more that I never saw!

Currently in the process of scanning every single negative strip that I’ve shot thus far.
Looking through the negatives on the computer, I’m seeing so many pictures I never saw or noticed before.
They’ll be uploaded in order of when they were shot, starting with the second roll of film I ever shot (the first roll was destroyed because I didn’t wind it properly &then was exposed to light).
I have around 30 rolls of film I’ll be scanning over the next however many days/weeks.

Scanned from the negative &slightly tweaked in Photoshop.
Excuse my poor scanning skills.
Water spots &dust everywhere, I know.

Posted by Ashleigh Brooke | www.Ashleigh-Brooke.com on 2011-02-25 01:51:02

Tagged: , 35 , mm , film , black , white , b&w , kodak , tmax , 400 , canon , ae-1 , 35mm

35mm Film – Roll 1.

35mm Film - Roll 1.

| Website | Tumblr | Facebook | MySpace | Twitter | Formspring | Personal Tumblr |

Currently in the process of scanning every single negative strip that I’ve shot thus far.
Looking through the negatives on the computer, I’m seeing so many pictures I never saw or noticed before.
They’ll be uploaded in order of when they were shot, starting with the second roll of film I ever shot (the first roll was destroyed because I didn’t wind it properly &then was exposed to light).
I have around 30 rolls of film I’ll be scanning over the next however many days/weeks.

Scanned from the negative &slightly tweaked in Photoshop. A separate print was made in the darkroom for class.
Excuse my poor scanning skills.
Water spots &dust everywhere, I know.

Posted by Ashleigh Brooke | www.Ashleigh-Brooke.com on 2011-02-25 01:50:38

Tagged: , 35 , mm , film , black , white , b&w , kodak , tmax , 400 , canon , ae-1 , 35mm

k

k

from the series In Light of the Coming Devastation, Part I

new work from 2010 by Kevin Tadge

Posted by Kevin Tadge / Laura Lamp on 2010-10-20 17:40:42

Tagged: , 35mm , macro , 135 , reversed lens , 28mm lens , black and white , ilford 50 , 50 speed , pool deck , dirty , dust , computer chip , processor , Waste Ground

My Desk

My Desk

Took everything off of it today and gave it a much needed dusting.

Posted by ryan pohlner on 2010-01-31 02:46:50

Tagged: , nikon , d40x , 35mm , maryland , ikea , desk , desktop , dual , monitors , dell , lcd , blackberry , dock , grado , headphones , bedroom , computer , clean , 9700 , razer , jerker