Hi! I am new to photography. I fell in love with black and white photography this past summer at camp. I don't like digital very much, it is just not like the hard earned work of developing your own stuff. I just set up my own dark room (and i still need an enlarger!). My only problem is the stop bath for developing film. What should I use? Should I buy an acid based product? Make my own vinegar product? If vinegar, how much do I use with water? Should I just use water? Help!!
Happy New Years all.
I just returned from a road trip from my hometown LA to San Francisco, the scenic route. I saw wonderful sights and reconnected with my father, despite the fact that we still share a home. Along for the ride was my trusty 35mm camera and several rolls of film, all black and white (and some IR ) Well, I have returned! And in my house I find that I have become as addicted to APUG as I used to be to Facebook. Who knew? It's been a great past few weeks, and a good year
I am setting up a darkroom in my home, and putting back together my Zone 6 enlarger purchased back in 1993 or thereabouts. I used it for years, and enjoyed it, but after we moved back to the states had no where to set up.
Now I find that the rotating handle that is suppossed to move the enlarger head up and down is turning without engaging. As a result, the head does not move. Could i be missing a piece?
I've had some progress recently so I thought I'd post an update on this project. Original post here.
Current kitty at $100. I've stopped shooting until I receive my business cards which will help with the subjects visiting the site after their photo is taken.
I have two businesses on board. One is providing a discount for film dev and the other is printing 1,000 business cards for free.
I have received an email from a girl in the Philippines who wants
An action shot with a 4×5. You have to pay respect.
Bill Crouch - Near Collision at Air Show
Camera 4 x 5 Speed Graphic
In front of 60,000 air show fans Chet Derby was performing stunts in a biplane. For the final stunt Derby was carrying out an upside down loop-the-loop, leaving a smoke trail which 3 B-29 Superfortresses were supposed