Developing colour film is not as hard as you think Horatio Carney has been kind enough to put together a guest post for us about how to develop colour film. Admittedly the thought of doing this puts most of us in jitters. I have done it once in college and I messed it up. But […]
A Film Shooter’s Guide to Film Part Three: Developing Cosh is back. In part three of this great series he is going to explain to us the finer points of developing for yourself. So get your beverage ready and have a good read.
Shooting film Cosh joins us again for another guest piece, this time about shooting film. Let Cosh take you through the do’s and dont’s of shooting film.
How to develop your B&W films at home: A beginners guide by David Bromley David Bromley has been kind enough to write us a nice little guide about how easy it is to develop at home. This is not the first one featured on the site, but you know what, you can never have too […]
Developing your own film doesn’t have to be complicated New JCH guest contributor Nam Tran has been kind enough to share with us his technique for home developing film. I know a lot of people want to try it but don’t know how, so this is a very easy to follow guide on how to […]
Jerome Arfouche with another article about film Guest writer Jerome Arfouche is back with another piece, part 3 of The Medium. This time Jerome tells us why we should be developing our own film. Please comment and tell us what you think.
Jerome Arfouche lays it down for us Here is the second installment of ‘The Medium’ by Jerome Arfouche. In this piece Jerome will go over why he chooses film, and how it shapes his work. Don’t forget to comment. Tell us how you feel about this subject.
An interesting video for any of you who are developing film at home. Developing with coffee. I have heard people talk of this, but never actually seen how it is done. Interesting, if you are after that particular kind of result. Cheers Japancamerahunter