This is a developer that you can easily make at home. It is very versatile, has a long shelf life in concentrated form and is easy to use. Its formula uses dilutions of 1:25, 1:50, 1: 100, and up to 1: 200 in water. It is a great option for developing black and white films for those who develop occasionally and want to work with just one developer...
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Another Voigtlander camera with an innovative design. This folding 35 mm has bellows and barn-doors, focus adjustment on the rear of the camera, advancing the film with a vertical rod that is driven like a piston. The lens is a sophisticated 50mm f / 2 Ultron
This is a compact and sophisticated camera for 35mm films, but with a strong heritage of medium format folding cameras. It is a great choice for those who want to take analog photography with manual control of all parameters.
A reflection on our relationship with images from an lived experience in which an affective reference comes and goes between past and present, painting and photography.
Two children photographed fairies in 1917 in England. The famous spiritualist Arthur Conan Doyle, author of Sherlock Holmes, saw the beginning of a new era of communication with parallel worlds. In this article, Cottingley's fairies are the pretext for a reflection on the authenticity of images.
Very popular camera from the beginning of the 20th century, with only one speed and a lens that is simply an achromatic doublet, the old landscape lens. But the results are surprisingly good and the camera is very practical to use.
This type of camera was important in the creation of a new segment and new period in the history of photography. It was with this category that amateur photographers were finally able to produce their family and travel snapshots, without the complications of ground glass cameras, with their tripods and black cloths.
Discusses the adaptation and use of large-format lenses with full-frame or smaller digital cameras. Concepts of circle of confusion, focal length and angle of view are reviewed as a basis to theoretically understand the reason for the loss of sharpness in the images thus produced.
Complete tutorial for building a device that allows you to make sun exposures with the same amount of UV radiation even at different times and atmospheric conditions. Useful for cyanotype, gum bichromat, salted paper and other historical photographic printing processes.
This lens, designed in 1881, was one of the highlights in photographic optics development prior to the introduction of crown barium glasses that allowed anastigmatic lenses.
Book on photographic optics from the beginning of photography to the first anastigmatic lenses.
19th century German and Austrin optics. Detailed photos, documents, catalogs and an excellent bibliography. A must have by the collector and scholar of the subject