Today, I am going to do a short and simple walkthrough to fix an iffy command dial on a Fuji GA645. It’s a very simple task that could take you 10 minutes to potentially save you a few hundred bucks on one of these cameras if this is the issue that permits a huge discount. […]Read more "Troubleshooting a Fuji GA645 Command Dial"
Today, I am going to share my workflow for scanning my medium format film as well as some things I have learned along the way. As always indicated, I don’t necessarily have a very professional way of doing things, yet just a process that has worked for me after a whole lot of trial and […]Read more "Scanning Medium Format Film with an Epson V700"
As the days go by and more and more people are getting interested in film. However, it seems that the demand for film and film-related equipment and services are seeming to be way higher than the supply. While places like The Darkroom maintain rather cheap prices here in the states, I have been reading that […]Read more "Home Developing Black and White Film"
The whole idea behind my Instagram account as well as this blog is to showcase the images that I have hand-developed myself. Since I have picked up a bit of a following since starting both platforms, I have fielded several inquires regarding my “bath-tub” centered C41 process I proclaim to use in my Now.Developing Instagram […]Read more "Home Developing c41 Film"
Have you ever noticed that some of those white/light plastics products you own have yellowed over time? Or perhaps, like me, you recently bought a used device from yesteryear, like a Kodak Pakon F-135 scanner. Most of these products are made of ABS plastic (known for its properties in resistance and toughness), and luckily the […]Read more "Retr0brite the Pakon"