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  1. Testing - testing - Houston we have some problems

    by , 09-02-2008 at 04:26 AM
    What a beast - That was the first comment from my friend who helped me setup my 20x24" camera. And it is. It looks like a beast, it handles like a beast, but I love it like only a parent can love their own kids. We wanted to test the camera, but it has no bellows yet and I dont have a lens that will cover the 20x24" format. Well we made a "bellow" with 4 rods, a black plastic sheath and some meters of fabrick made for keeping light out. After checking that it was light tight ...
  2. Another analog photographer is gone

    by , 08-20-2008 at 03:44 AM
    A photographer that I have worked with has dropped analog completely. I know that this is not news in any way, since everyone is going digital. Most of the photographers I know only have their analog cameras stading somewhere as a museum piece. What was special about this photographer was that he insisted on shooting analog for his clients. It was interesting to see his clients look at polaroids in this digital age. The reason he gives for stopping with shooting analog is that there is no more ...
  3. Developing pains

    by , 07-08-2008 at 04:44 PM
    My plan was to develop 12 sheets of 4x5 film with great shots (naturally ). Looking back at my day it was probably not the best decision I made. I have been home most of the day due to my boy being sick. We went to the doctor and found out he had pneumonia. On the way home we picked up our 4 year old girl. When we came home her temperature went up and she got sick too. Tucked them in bed. That was when I decided to use some time to develop som film. Maybe I should just have turned on the telly ...
  4. Hello again - what to shoot with my last 15 Polaroids

    by , 06-16-2008 at 04:39 PM
    Today I got a gift from the photographer I helped the other day. It was his last box of Polaroid 809 film and his filmholder and developer.
    I am sitting here with the box in my hand and I am wondering what to shoot with it. 15 shots. 15 moments in time. What to do.
    There is always the solution to sell it and use the money to fund the last 3 years of medical school

    Usually I have a lot of good projects that I could use this film for, but none come to mind at the moment. ...
  5. Goodbye my darling Polaroid

    by , 06-12-2008 at 04:00 AM
    Yesterday I had the oppertunity to work with a photografer, taking portraits. We shoot all the portraits on 8x10" polaroid and did transfers to cotton with them. It is always fun to work with Polaroids, but as we all know it will soon be over. This morning I checked with all the pro photo shops here in Denmark and all have sold out of 8x10" Polaroid film and the distributor can not get any more. Now I will have to look around on the internet to see if there are any left somewhere. But ...
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