photojojo:

The last ever roll of Kodachrome was just shot and processed! *tear*
Steve McCurry (the guy who shot the Afghan girl on the famous cover of National Geographic) chose to shoot the streets of New York and a disappearing tribe in India with the final roll.
Last Roll of Kodachrome Processed

via slashdot, thanks to Jen for sending!

photojojo:

The last ever roll of Kodachrome was just shot and processed! *tear*

Steve McCurry (the guy who shot the Afghan girl on the famous cover of National Geographic) chose to shoot the streets of New York and a disappearing tribe in India with the final roll.

Last Roll of Kodachrome Processed


via slashdot, thanks to Jen for sending!

Getting my film muscles flexed! 
I’m going through these last couple of rolls, so hopefully I’ll be getting myself set up in the bathroom developing them soon.

I want to try out some at home E6 processing. So my next trip to buy film will be for some Provia or Ektachrome VS.

Getting my film muscles flexed!
I’m going through these last couple of rolls, so hopefully I’ll be getting myself set up in the bathroom developing them soon.

I want to try out some at home E6 processing. So my next trip to buy film will be for some Provia or Ektachrome VS.

bradw:

joemartinez:


You’re looking at the longest pinhole camera exposure ever: 34 MONTHS.
via Gizmodo:

“This longest-ever pinhole exposure shows 34 months of New York life.  It was captured by the German artist Michael Wesely, who worked with New York’sMuseum of Modern Art to photograph the destruction (and subsequent construction) of their building. The shots are ever so ghostly, and are such a terrific souvenir of the MoMA’s heritage.”
SO wild.  love it.

bradw:

joemartinez:

You’re looking at the longest pinhole camera exposure ever: 34 MONTHS.

via Gizmodo:

“This longest-ever pinhole exposure shows 34 months of New York life.  It was captured by the German artist Michael Wesely, who worked with New York’sMuseum of Modern Art to photograph the destruction (and subsequent construction) of their building. The shots are ever so ghostly, and are such a terrific souvenir of the MoMA’s heritage.”

SO wild.  love it.

anythingphotography:

Steven Monteau, the out-of-this-world-designer who created the Battlefield Pinhole Camera (and the amazing bokeh video) is back with a new camera the Guillotine (A.K.A Adidas) Camera. It is a homemade camera that creates actions sequences, in a fashion very similar to the Lomo Super Sampler (only better). It does so on 120 film and with great fineness. (via La Guillotine Camera, A.K.A The Adidas Camera | DIYPhotography.net)

anythingphotography:

Steven Monteau, the out-of-this-world-designer who created the Battlefield Pinhole Camera (and the amazing bokeh video) is back with a new camera the Guillotine (A.K.A Adidas) Camera. It is a homemade camera that creates actions sequences, in a fashion very similar to the Lomo Super Sampler (only better). It does so on 120 film and with great fineness. (via La Guillotine Camera, A.K.A The Adidas Camera | DIYPhotography.net)

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Serious Hiatus for PFMBS

I just moved, and I haven’t had time to take any film shots between that and work. Soon though! I’m going to work on getting through these rolls and buying some new chemistry and getting that ol’ bathroom sink going again.

I develop all my black and whites, and some of my color (crossprocessed in D76) in my bathroom sink using a film tank and Kodak D76 and fixer. I call it my Pictures From My Bathroom Sink Collection, respectively. I’ll be putting them all together on this page.

Also will include a bunch of references for at home developing techniques, DIY developers, and instructions.

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