These Photos Were Processed In Kodak’s New HC110 In Spite of The Product’s Single Flaw

In early 2019, the film community was pretty stressed out, and with good reason. The nearly two century old chemical manufacturer, Tetenal appeared close to shutting down. Many photographers have probably never even heard of this company, but Tetenal has been “the man behind the curtain” for many of Kodak’s products for decades. The product […]

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Buy This Book!

I’ve been combing the used photography book sections for years and of all the inspirational, informative publications out there, I have to tell you, if you’re only going to get off the internet for one hard, tangible, funky-smelling used book this year, I wholeheartedly recommend, fully endorse, would buy every film photographer a copy if […]

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Grain is Not a Dirty Word

Photographers typically call an image “grainy” or “too grainy” like these words are inherently negative.  Just like they will say something is “tack sharp” as if this is an inherently positive attribute.  Is blue a bad color?  Is a line better than a circle?  Is “quality” only “low” and “high”? These associations of traits with […]

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Kodak P3200 Photos Coming Soon!

As promised, Kodak’s newly re-released TMAX P3200 film has officially hit the shelves! 6 days ago, Kodak Alaris posted the film’s official datasheet 5 days ago, an overjoyed Michael Raso of Film Photography Project began posting photos of his delivery of P3200. And this morning, FED EX hand-delivered my pre-order of August 2019 expiration dated […]

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