This here photograph (an outtake of Ms. Grace Kelly) is from a favorite Flickr photographer, although in retrospect he may not want to be referred as that so I shall recant and just add him on my list of favorite photographers, does that work for you Mr. Palumbo? I sure hope so.
As promised I was going to share an amazing photo processing workshop. It’s called the Photographer’s Formulary and it’s located in Montana. I want to go so badly it hurts. If you are like me and are on a shoestring budget they do offer kits. The only problem I have with that is that I am not known to follow directions very well and when you are working with caustic chemicals that could be a disaster waiting to happpen. Why is this so exciting? Well because they show you how to work with antique processes that are not readily available in this here 21st century. I know a lot of you (like myself) have a predilection for vintage and this feels like the ultimate in creating a non-phony vintage, heirloom quality memory, but what do I know?
::RESOURCES FOR FILM PHOTOGRAPHY::
- Alternative photography processing workshop the Photographer’s Formulary
- Alternative photo processing kits
- Guide to film photography
- I still shoot film:: a beginner’s guide to film photography
I am assuming these posts were either– A) a bust, since it’s been crickets in the comment section or B) a total success and you all have been rushing to the links. I still have one more day of posting but Friday I think I will give you a guide to digitally achieve film looks. It seems to be all the rage.