Happy #ArtAdventCalendar Day 4!
Here's my photo: Tree with Bison on the ridge in winter, Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
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Dressed Up and Ready To Go • Hornsby Bend, Texas, USA
Rolleiflex 2.8 E • Kodak Tri-X 400 • 2023
#FilmPhotography #Kodak #TriX #Film #Camera #120film #MediumFormat #Rolleiflex #BWfilm #Photography #TX #HornsbyBend #Texas #Outdoors #Monochrome #DressedUp #ReadyToGo #Cow #Car #Roadside #Attraction #December_3_2023
Here's my photo of a small puffy white cloud against a blue sky.
#NaturePhotography #Photography #PhotographersOfMastodon #Photo #Photographer #Color #Film #Kodak #Outdoors #Nature #Naturalist #Conservation #BiologicalDiversity #Biodiversity #Environment #Ecosystem #Ecology #Mood #Moods #Blue ©Carl R. Englander
#CatsOfMastodon #Cat #Cats #Catstodon #NaturePhotography #Photography #PhotographersOfMastodon #Photo #Photographer #Color #Film #Kodak #Outdoors #Winter #Mammal #Nature #Naturalist #Conservation #BiologicalDiversity #Biodiversity #Environment #Ecosystem #Ecology ©Carl R. Englander
Lomography Metropolis is a colour film with a nostalgic, cinematic look. Photos have desaturated colour, high-contrast and strong grain.
✍️ Read this #120Film review and browse photos of one of my favourite car graveyards shot on this roll -
:35mmdk1: Silbersalz 250D
:artcam: Nikon F100
🔍 Nikkor 50mm 1.4
:cc_cc: :cc_by: :cc_nd:
#kodak #silbersalz35 #silbersalzfilm #silbersalz250d #kodakvision #kodakvision3 #kodakvision3250d #analoguephotography #buyfilmnotmegapixels #35mmfilm #35mmfilmphotography #35mmfilmphoto #ibelieveinfilm #fotografie #creativecommons #16mm #bauerp8 #16mmfilm
:35mmdk1: Kodak Ektar 100
:artcam: Nikon F100
🔍 Nikkor 50mm 1.4
#analoguephotography #buyfilmnotmegapixels #35mmfilm #35mmfilmphotography #35mmfilmphoto #ibelieveinfilm #fotografie #kodak #kodakektar100 #kodakektar #vinyl #vinylcollection #vinylrecords #bowie #bowieforever #davidbowie #christianef #wirkindervombahnhofzoo
Hey #believeinfilm friends,
Today, we peel back the layers of marketing, hidden data, and flowery descriptions to reveal the real difference between the two of the most popular colour films on the market:
Kodak Gold vs. ColorPlus.
This article took a lot of work. And I'm so happy it's out as the comparisons between those films elsewhere can't be described as anything other than *imagined.*
Sometimes It’s Worth Waiting: Kodak Finally Release Their Super 8 Camera - Think of all those promised products that looked so good and were eagerly awaited,... - https://hackaday.com/2023/11/23/sometimes-its-worth-waiting-kodak-finally-release-their-super-8-camera/ #digitalcamerashacks #analogfilm #super8 #kodak #film
Kodak'ın Super 8 film kamerası en sonunda satışa çıkıyor! #kodak
Im Übermut (weil ich konnte ja noch nicht wissen, ob es was wird) habe ich noch eine Schattenbelichtung gemacht. Diesmal die schiefen Balkone von unten betrachtet, meine klassisch, futuristische Hochhaus-Perspektive, die schon des öfteren bei mir auf Film gebannt worden ist. Hier macht sich der schöne Mittelformat-Korn vollends bezahlt. Sauteuer, aber das Ergebnis stimmt. Insbesondere der zartblaue Himmel ist zum Anbeissen weich geworden.
#1020 #architektur #balkon #BelieveInFilm #design #FilmIsNotDead #futuristisch #Ikonta #kodak #leopoldstadt #Mittelformat #neubau #Portra400 #schatten #schief #stadtentwicklung #urban #wien #wienerModerne #ZeissIkon
“View from Bishopstone over to South Downs.”
Image Processed with #RNIAero — Kodak Aerochrome: Infared Film.
→ Free Photo to Download, by unsplash.com/@smithographic & smitho.graphics
Licensed under CC BY-NC-SA
Es hat fast ein Jahrzehnt gedauert, aber #Kodak hat die neue #Super8 Kamera endlich hinbekommen. Beim Preis sind sie aber völlig durchgeknallt. Die UVP liegt bei $5500. Wenn man dann noch Filmkosten hinzurechnet, ist es wohl v.a. für Möchtegern-Hipster und Zahnärzte …
Got my Olympus XA2 back from the repair shop (I use Scott Nielsen in Oakdale, CA, former Minolta factory tech).
It's not my favorite camera, but it's my favorite 'put it in my hip pack while running' camera.
Once you understand its limits, it can be a powerful little camera.
(Olympus XA2, Kodak T-Max 400, Perceptol 1:1)
Outside, Looking In — Found an empty indoor pool on a recent trip to Vancouver. It was likely closed since it was after hours.
📷 Canon AE-1 Program
🎞️ Kodak Tri-X 400
Just lately I’ve been crossing off my wish list cameras at an alarming rate. First there was an Agfa Billy-Clack, then I found a Reto 3D on sale, and most recently acquired the oldest camera on my list, the Kodak 1A Autographic Jr. Of course, there are plenty of cameras still to go, the Kodak vest camera and the Polaroid Big Shot, for example, but today I was happy to have the Kodak 1A Autographic Jr.
First launched around 1914, the Kodak 1A Autographic Jr was described in the 1915 Kodak catalogue as, ‘a compact, reliable camera … and so thin as to be pocketed without inconvenience.’ I’m not sure what kind of pockets they used to have back in the day, but the 1A Autographic Jr is a beast. Measuring 20x10x4cm and weighing about 0.8kg, it was anything but pocketable by today’s standards.
From it’s launch in 1914 to when Kodak stopped production in 1927, about 800,000 units of the Kodak 1A Autographic Jr were produced. During that time it went through several variations of frontispiece — the lens, aperture and shutter assembly — but the overall body remained the same, with its bellows, removable back and the unique ‘Autographic’ feature that gives the 1A its name.
On the back of the camera is a little flap, and if this is lifted, below you can see the film plane. The Autographic cameras were equipped with a small stylus (mine has been lost over the years) and on the back of the film was a carbon paper layer that if you wrote on with the stylus (press down heavily it says in the manual) would imprint details onto the film, generally in the space between the frames. Thus you could annotate you films with a ‘date stamp’, or description.
Regarding the films used in the cameras, the 1A Autographic uses 116 film, which of course is no longer available. First introduced by Kodak in 1899, 116 film is 70mm wide, roughly 1 cm wider than 120 film, and produces 6.5×11cm negatives. On the flap on the back of my camera is embossed, ‘use Autographic film no. A-116’, which gave the same size pictures as 116 film but instead of paper the film was wound with a sheet of carbon paper and thinner red backing paper which allowed the user to write information on the back with the stylus. The A-116 film used in the 1A Autographic camera gave twelve exposures compared to eight exposures in the 1 series.
From what I can tell, my Autographic 1A is one of the later models in the series. It is fitted with a Diomatic shutter N°0, which was introduced to the Autographic 1A in 1925, and features shutter speeds of 1/10, 1/25, 1/50 and 1/100s plus B (bulb) and T (time). When you set a shutter speed, exposure is determined by the dial on the front underneath the lens. In the 1925 description of the camera it says, ‘the correct speed … for dull, gray, clear or brilliant light is indicated by a sliding scale which controls the diaphragm.’ These criteria would have been set for Kodak orthochromatic film, which from what I can tell had a film speed of ISO 30-40. I’m hoping that modern films have enough latitude that sometime I can use this awesome little ‘exposure meter’.
When I first saw Kodak 1A Autographic Jr on the Kamerastore website it was priced at an amazing 15€ and was in the ‘Not passed’ category, which was a sure sign that there was something wrong with it. From the image on the website you could see that some of the leather was peeling, and it was described as being in ‘generally bad condition’. However, that has never put me off before, and it didn’t deter me this time.
When the camera arrived, it certainly lived up to the description on the website. The leather was badly scuffed and was peeling in several places, the red window in the back of the camera was missing, which was highlighted on the website entry, and the back was firmly jammed onto the camera, which was not mentioned, but was normal for an ‘untested, sold as-is’ camera. Solving the issue of the jammed film back was quite straightforward. A small screwdriver was inserted into a gap between the back and the camera body and gentle pressure applied. The back moved slightly, then came apart from the body. Clipping it back on, the back now fits snugly in place. While the back was off, I took a quick look inside. Of course it was quite dirty, but apart from that, and the missing red window, it was in reasonably good condition.
When the front door was opened, the bellows came out quite easily. A quick check suggested they were in pretty good condition, but when I performed the lamp test later — shining a light through the bellows from inside the camera in the dark — they were anything but light tight, with a little Christmas tree of pinholes visible in the dark. However, what was more pressing was that the shutter was sticking. On the left (looking from the back) is a cocking lever and to the right is the shutter lever. The shutter cocks fine, but when I fire the shutter it hesitates half open for a second or so before firing. I’m hoping that this sticky shutter is just some 100-year-old gunk that’s making it stick and a bit of lighter fluid will get it firing again.
I had been thinking about what camera I’d like to use in the next #ShittyCameraChallenge, which is starting in December. Originally it was probably going to be the Agfa Billy-Clack, which of course I can still use in the Challenge, but now I hoping that I can get the Kodak 1A Autographic Jr, with its sticky shutter, no red window and pinhole-filled bellows, working again. If I can get it going it’ll be awesome.
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Eine Wiederholung vom Motiv 112, diesmal nur im Hochformat. Mehr noch der Beweis, dass hier nicht in Spalten gedacht worden ist und an den knapp übereinander liegenden Balkonen erkennt man, dass sie nicht nur in der Horizontale schief gesetzt sind. Ich kann mir nicht dabei helfen, in der Hochkant-Variante wieder an ein Reibeisen denken zu müssen. Ansonsten wird mir nur noch schwindlig.
#1020 #architektur #balkon #BelieveInFilm #design #FilmIsNotDead #futuristisch #Ikonta #kodak #leopoldstadt #Mittelformat #neubau #Portra400 #schatten #schattenwurf #schief #stadtentwicklung #urban #wien #wienerModerne #ZeissIkon
A blacksmithing demonstration He's making a fork
One anachronism documented on a different anachronism
📷 Nikon N80 / 50mm f1.8 AF-D
🎞️ TMax 100
🧪 Ilford DD-X
2nd roll I self developed 👍
#maker #diy #steel #blacksmith #tongs #anvil #forge #anachronism
Here's a curious fellow poking its head in and posing for a Kodak moment. Taken in August 2021 at Fort Edmonton Park.
📷 Canon AE-1
🎞️ Kodak Tri-X 400 B&W
Faith, in motion picture film.
At the Goh Chor Tua Pek Kong temple along Balestier Road.
(Nikon FE, 50mm f1.8, Kodak Vision 3500T, dev and scan by Whampoa Colour Centre, Singapore)
Mercury Works has launched a campaign for #Kodak Vision 3 65mm motion picture film (IMAX) and specially modified film backs to accept the large-format film.
Ok, the old uncle at Whampoa Colour Centre film lab in Singapore wasn't kidding when he said he does good scans. S$12 (US$8.80) for dev and 16-base scan. Best deal in Singapore. A lot nicer than the other labs, too.
See this and other pictures in my blog post, 'Roadtrip to Tretes'.
East Java, Indonesia, is my happy place.
Looking up at the old buildings in #Leipzig. These are some film photos I took during my birthday weekend in early July.
I took them with an expired #Kodak VR Plus 200 from the early 2000s and my trusty Canon F-1 that I got late last year.
“It seems to me I am trying to tell you a #dream — making a vain attempt, because no relation of a dream can convey the dream-sensation, that commingling of absurdity, surprise, and bewilderment in a tremor of struggling revolt, that notion of being captured by the incredible which is of the very essence of dreams.”
—Anaïs Nin, Children of the Albatross
Hey #believeinfilm friends,
Since I wrote this review, I've shot Kodak Aerocolor IV in a few more cameras and a variety of new light settings. I've also learned more about it. Thus, I thought an update is warranted for the:
Kodak Aerocolor IV Film Review https://www.analog.cafe/r/santacolor-100-film-review-n4pm
I updated and re-wrote most of the content about exposure, development times, dynamic range, and granularity. Hope you find it helpful.
Fra en serie med bilder https://flickr.com/photos/38839434@N00/sets/72157603653141435 tatt med #Kodak EasyShare DC240 Zoom fra 2000 https://www.dpreview.com/products/kodak/compacts/kodak_dc240/specifications