Well, I'm starting to get excited about my new darkroom as it's not too far away at all now. We've just built a new laundry so the old one becomes the new darkroom. I bought a revolving darkroom door about six months ago, so it will be nice to put it into the doorway rather than the hallway. First there are just a couple of jobs to do in the room. The main one is to put a bigger sink in the bench. The existing sink is shaped like a cone with its end cut off (whatever that's called), and is
and not photo chemical dev unfortunately. I've just spent the last 5 days working on the photocentric.tv video site. It's coming together nicely and should be ready for launch in a few days. I'm looking forward to seeing what gets uploaded to the site and at this stage have no idea what to expect. It's been difficult juggling all the sites while dev is going on and with the recent major upgrades to APUG I'm feeling a bit tired. My developer friend/greatcapture.com partner that I'll be working
In my future blog entries there will be book reviews. Photography books of all kinds will be reviewed. The First review will be the book: "Maplethorpe Polaroids" by Sylvia Wolf. I hope You will find my reviews interesting and that You will not mind my imperfect english.
If there are some special books that You would to see reviewed, please feel free to drop me a line and I will see what I can do.
Updated 01-12-2008 at 08:34 AM by Falkenberg
On Sunday I shot 14 rolls of film. Okay, it was a wedding. It's the most film I've shot in a long time. It was good fun, but fairly hard work. As I'm darkroomless at the moment, I'm getting the processing and printing done externally, and that bothers me. We did some test shots last week, and several photos had slivers of rebate showing next to the borders. If that happens this time, I'll be demanding reprints. It was an even mix of monochrome and colour, 159 shots of each, 8 rolls of MF,
Just testing out the new blog system. Yes, our 3rd system for blogs but this should be our last. This is the official vbulletin blog system created by the makers of our forum software. It is a new product, fully supported and built within the actual system (previously we required 3rd party modified applications). Very sorry that many posted blogs in the old system are gone but this new system is here to stay and should improve with each new version.