This past weekend, my two friends and I decided to do a long weekend trip to Charleston, South Carolina. With jobs and life in general always eating up time, we thought it would be a decent idea to just get away for a weekend. Since none of us had never been and we didn’t really plan anything out, […]Read more "Charleston, South Carolina"
This past weekend, my friend Ryan and I took a day trip to Gainesville, FL to hang out with some other rad people (Justin, Aaron, Royce, Steele and Sam) who shoot film at this month’s Coffee and Cameras meet up. After grabbing some lunch and some coffee (rightfully so), we decided to bust out my c-stand and […]Read more "Coffee and Cameras: Gainesville, FL"
I’ve been developing my own film for about two or three years now. I made a somewhat logical progression in terms of what types of film I developed. I started out with black and white, moved into color film, tried some cross processing with slide film in C41 chemicals, and now with the amazing news […]Read more "E6: First Development"
It’s been a minute month or two since my last post. Suffice to say, the fact that the blog has been sitting here untouched for the better part of the month has been biting at the back of my mind. It’s a relief and joy that I am typing a new post. With just seven days […]Read more "Road Trip: North Carolina"
With the holiday season approaching, me and my film photography students will soon be hosting our annual Photography Club Galleria at the school in December. The galleria is the culminating event (in addition to a trip to the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts [FMoPA] and a screening of Vivian Maier) to the students’ learning in my […]Read more "Student Showcase: Club Photos 2016"
I have just passed the two month mark on this blogging endeavor. To be honest, it’s one of the things I look forward to putting my time and effort into. It’s fun, it’s challenging, and I like knowing there’s a few people who are reading every post keeping me accountable and driving me to create more […]Read more "Meet My Friend, Kris Litman"
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"