Tag: cross-processing

Embrace the Grain

Embrace the Grain??

Photographers that shoot film talk about Grain. We love grain, especially in black and white photos. Digital shooters tend to like grain when it’s buttery-smooth at ISO12800. I’m…

Overgrown

Photo Walk – FrankenHolga Strikes Again

In the last couple weeks I’ve been back on a camera buying binge, only this time it’s been buying plastic Soviet-era cameras. I snagged a FED50, a Smena…

Happy Camera Day, 2017!

Heck yeah! It’s June 29th, 2017, Camera Day. Get out and snap some photos! What You Need on Camera Day Well, you’ll need a camera.  I have several…

Fuji Superia Xtra 400 processed in Kodak D76

No Trespassing – C41 in D76

  This weekend I got a wild hare and decided to cross-process some of my color film. I had originally loaded the Leica M3 with some Fujifilm Superia…

Developing Color Film With Reckless Abandon

Color film (C41) has a reputation for being needy when developed, due to its precise time and temperature requirements. One pass over the instructions and you’ll see that…