PMAE No. 227

Film Lives!
Love it..fav
posted April 15th, 2018  
It is not our portra, though...
posted April 15th, 2018  
very cool!
posted April 15th, 2018  
@domenicododaro No, this is a practice roll of Ektar that I used my old chemicals on and I'm glad that I am waiting for fresh stuff for our portra. Arrival of new chemicals could be tomorrow as they were delivered to the post office yesterday but no promises since I've seen items linger at the Flag Post Office before.
posted April 15th, 2018  
@domenicododaro PS- Thank you for the fave.
posted April 15th, 2018  
@jack4john Thank you so kindly for the fave. I am making more of an effort to keep my darkroom skills honed, at least in processing. I don't have an enlarger any longer but am okay with using a scanner instead. My bathroom isn't as larger as I would like not to mention that I have to share it with others. :):)

@pistache Thank you so very much. I like color processing more than B&W now.
posted April 15th, 2018  
Great capture and composition
posted April 15th, 2018  
@jo38 Grateful for the fave, thank you very kindly. This is my Dad's graduated cylinder.
posted April 16th, 2018  
You are so technically advanced in these matters -- I have to admit that I only entered photography in the digital era, in 2013. I admire how artistically you presented these items here.
posted April 16th, 2018  
@jyokota I have not kept up with my darkroom skills and I am re-learning so much. I started to process color film recently and it is a great deal easier than B&W. There isn't any lab in town that does color other than Walgreens and they scare me. It is a lot of fun to get back into the processing of film. I am planning to make a significant effort to shoot and post film.

Your work is so exceptional and I enjoy following you.
posted April 16th, 2018  
@joysabin -- I just noticed that it's not marked that I'm following you -- I thought I was before but seems we are unlinked! Following now.
posted April 16th, 2018  
I like it. Lovely composition and light.
posted April 16th, 2018  
Goodness, film strip - I haven't seen that for a long time.
posted April 16th, 2018  
This is a beautiful setting.
But I am trying my best too, when unrolling my photography history. :-)
(octogenarian)
posted April 16th, 2018  
@haskar Thank you so kindly for the fav. I am in a filmie mode and I am running with it.

@nickspicsnz I've been shooting a double exposure roll with Domenico (@domenicododaro) and have caught the film bug again. My roll should be developed this week and I hope to post a few images.

@yesterday Thank you so very much for the fav. I just recently started to process color film at home and I love it. It is so much less hassle than b&w.



posted April 16th, 2018  
@joysabin So interesting to read that colour is easier than b&w, I never thougt that was the case. I must read on this and maybe have a go.
posted April 16th, 2018  
Definiteyly lives!i miss it quite a lot actually maybe i should shoot and develop a film soon,too :)
posted April 16th, 2018  
I really like this. Fav
posted April 17th, 2018  
It's great to see that film is still being used. Maybe one day I'll be able to shoot and develop some B&W film again - don't have access to any darkroom facilities at the moment. I've never tried developing colour film.
posted April 17th, 2018  
Those were the days....I remember when we all had to use film, but I have never processed before...how interesting that you do.
posted April 19th, 2018  
@ingajohansson I've processed b&w on and off for years and Color is so much less complicated.

@gerry13 I would love to see you of your film work. Film is making a very nice comeback.


@thistle Thank you so kindly for the fav. I like the time that it makes me take and the anticipation of the outcome.

@chikadnz I commandeer the extra bathroom for my processing. I have found color to be so much less complicated than b&w. Give it a try.

@stephanies It is fun. You might have a lab close by that would process for you. Flagstaff is mail away processing only so, I garnered courage and tried and I like it, again.
posted April 20th, 2018  
Indeed it does! I have just run a roll of Tri-X 400 120 film through my Thornton Pickard Victory Reflex from 1924. This is a great pic! Fav
posted April 21st, 2018  
@yrhenwr Thank you so very much for the fav. I feel really lucky to have some of my Dad's things. I am so glad that film is getting stronger.
posted April 28th, 2018  
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