Posts Tagged "film photography"

Black & White Film Workshop

Posted in Photo Workshops

There are countless amounts of Photography Workshops and Schools out there, all claiming to show you how to use your new digital camera or get better at taking photos. But wouldn’t you like to go back and explore some of the roots of photography and dive into the aspects of shooting film. The Photography Experience will offer Workshops in Shooting and Developing Black & White Film. The workshop includes information about camera settings and exposure, a roll of Tri-X film, use of developing tanks and chemistry… plus scanning your freshly developed negatives to a CD. If you do not have a 35mm film camera, The Photography Experience has one you can use… So now you don’t have an excuse. If you have always wanted shot shoot and develop black & white film, this is the opportunity of a lifetime. As an added bonus, the works of the participants of The Photography Experience B&W Film Workshops will be featured in the next issue. For more details and sign-up...

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Being Backwards Compatible

Posted in Photo Journeys

We seem to always want our products to always be compatible with older models and so forth. Such as in software, we like for the new versions to be “Backwards Compatible” with the old versions so that a person with either the old version or the new can open the same file. Yet we do not seem to be very backwards compatible when it comes to our own habits and uses of products. For example, just how many times have you wondered how we ever got along in life without cellphones or how did we ever interact socially without networks like FaceBook? Sometimes these progresses and new things in life render us almost useless if we have to go without them again. As technology has continued to progress and cause either the elimination or upgrade of our useful products, we seem to forget all about how it was using the older version. I find this fact now really causing an issue for me since I have been without my DSLR for over a week now and have a serious case of “shutter withdrawl”. Although for most of my photographic life it wouldn’t be an issue to be without a camera body since I have had at least 1 back...

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