Category Archives: Photo techniques

C-22 Film processing

Recently a friend asked me to develop (and scan and print, if successful) a roll of Kodacolor-X from her Brownie Reflex camera. This film uses the C-22 process, which is the precessor to the current C-41 process. Upon researching more … Continue reading

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The case for DNG files

Whether we like it or not, Adobe Digital Negative (DNG) files are the future. More and more compact and more advanced digital cameras are capable to produce raw files. Raw files differ from JPG files in that they contain more … Continue reading

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Tutorial: How to develop color negative film (C-41)

This tutorial will show how to develop color negative film (C-41 process). Color negative film has a strong orange mask in the background when developed negative are viewed against the light. Because it is negative film, all colors will be … Continue reading

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Tutorial: How to make photo notecards

Today we are featured on the Fall Crawl and present this tutorial: This tutorial describes how to make photo notecards out of regular letter size photo paper. What do we need? An inkjet printer, pretty much any newer model will … Continue reading

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