The producer of this needs a K1000 sent to her or him on our behalf for making such a balanced video about our craft! Maybe, I bet the producer already has a ton of film cameras....only a real analog gal/guy would produce something so brilliant...or maybe there is such buzz in NYC? Anyone in ATL (i.e. CNN corp ofc) or anyone in NY know who produced this? Is he/she a Apug'er?
It's also a great subliminal ad for Ilford - which I'm all for! (and for clarity, I doubt Ilford had anything to do with it).
I just wish Kodak would pay some bucks for similar product placement!
“Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”
Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2
Glad to share, although I am sure someone else would have posted it within minutes had I not done so!
I am thrilled that PrintSpace and Hashem (the lab manager there) got a plug in this video. Hashem is perhaps one of the most generous and kindest people you could ever meet. When I first learned how to develop my own B&W and print in a darkroom, it was at PrintSpace. Hashem's help and advice was enormous. It was at a time when I was weighing whether to continue with film or make the total switch over to digital and also about the time I first joined APUG. Armed with Henry Horenstein's book, the hours and days I spent at PrintSpace learning B&W developing and printing changed my life. I hope anyone in NYC who needs a darkroom can visit there and support this great, great place. I don't think there's another place like it in NYC.