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Developing your first black & white film

Developing your first black & white film

Peter Bargh provides an all-inclusive guide to developing your first black and white film.

Added: 7th January 2002

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Create reticulation when film processing

Create reticulation when film processing

Peter Bargh mistreats a black & white film while processing to create an interesting reticulation effect.

Added: 4th January 2002
Uneven Development - darkoom guide

Uneven Development - darkoom guide

The way you develop a picture can add to the creativity. Here's a simple technique by Heather Powell to develop your darkroom skills

Added: 2nd January 2002
Using two bath developers

Using two bath developers - advanced darkroom guide

Fine Prints demand fine negatives - how do we get these without zone system processing? Barry Thornton has the answer using a two bath developer

Added: 1st January 2002
Developing a C41 colour film

Developing a C41 colour film

Being in complete control of your results helps ensure better photographs. One way is to process your own C41 colour films.

Added: 10th January 2001
Making enlarged internegatives - traditional darkroom ideas

Making enlarged internegatives - traditional darkroom ideas

Alternative process expert Dr Mike Ware shows us how to make a large format internegative to save the need of a large format camera.

Added: 9th January 2001
Assessing negatives

Assessing negatives

Peter Bargh of ePHOTOzine explains what to look for in a negative, to ensure correct exposure and development accuracy in the future.

Added: 8th January 2001
A simplified zone system for correctly exposing negatives

A simplified zone system for correctly exposing negatives

Norman Koren explains why you should learn how to use your camera's meter and the Zone system to make your photos stand out from the crowd

Added: 5th January 2001