I have a Pentax K-1000 and the Spotomatic.
Yes I do everything
I did that for a while. Monochrome only, and a Cannon camera. I had my own enlarger, and dark room. It was good, for a while, in college. Haven't touched it in decades. :(
Still have it. Thinking about selling. Lwt me know.
I've thought about going back, and trying to reinvent my photo art, with Film, and then back it up with digital. I blew so many AMAZING shots, missing the exposure, and the lighting!!I don't have my beloved, my model, any more, and maybe it is just something past. . .
Well you ever change your mind send me a message
I've got my own gear, but just not the motivation, the darkroom (easy fix) but no model for my kind of art.Maybe sell yours on some collector site?
Hell I not only use the stuff. I also restore cameras around a 100 years old
WOW! That is a skill that is in danger of being lost with the Digital crap!Nothing more exciting than getting that one PERFECT shot, after developing the film, and burning and dodging, and developing, then over, and over, to get the print, JUST PERFECT!
This is not a photo of my 1930 Elwood Pattern Works enlarger. Its just one I found onlineThis is what I'm restoring now. I just finished making the bellowsMine is a 4X7 enlarger the one in the photo as been converted for 35mmthumbs.worthpoint.com/.../...3df78a31bcad4c62d.jpg
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Send the film to me. I'll develop it and make prints for you.
Oh yeah? I haven’t used film in quite awhile but maybe I should because I never put anything on paper that shoot with digital, it just sits in the memory
Did you know Walgreens charges 15 bucks a roll to develop film.
I guess that’s about right since I haven’t developed film in years
And you dont get the negatives back. I had to used them the other day. When my enlarger lens broke
Oh really that’s not good and I always want the negatives back, I guess I’ll have to get film for my 2 Polaroid cameras
Well https://www.bhphotovideo.com/ in New York
And you have the https://thedarkroom.com/ oh yeah Walgreens don't do black and white no more either
There is a place called cameta camera in Amityville that’s not too far from me , the other website you mentioned is in Manhattan which is still a 45 minute train ride for me, so I do have some options and I could always mail it in to maybe Seattle Filmworks if they’re still around
They are and they still do black and white slide film. Almost nobody does that anymore
That’s ashame that very few places do that, I have some color slides I did 25 years ago of places in New Mexico and Arizona
I think my profile was due for a update and needed a freshening up. The photos of my farm were getting old tasting
yeah i won't be getting rid of my cat pic soon but the dc3 is getting a bit tired now though i was surprised when someone else knew what it was
Honesty I never lookes untill now
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