My final film review is the Fujichrome Provia 100F Professional transparency slide film. Anyone following along will know that I purchased some expired rolls of this film to practise and test the cameras on. I may have been lucky with the expired film I got as I have not seen any noticeable loss in quality. … Continue reading Fujichrome PROVIA 100F Professional →
From the research I have done it seems that using Velvia is not the best option for skin tones but I wanted to see for myself. I mean what is the point of testing unless you know for yourself what something can or can’t do. For this roll of film I also shot some frames … Continue reading Fujichrome Velvia 100 Professional →
There are plenty of resources if you decide to play with film photography. One of these resources is Lomography and they produce a very handy scanning mask that you can use on any light box. The mask uses magnets to hold your film in place. Back in the day I remember the 35mm scanner I … Continue reading Lomography DigitaLIZA 120 scanning mask →
The journey to discover my favourite E6 transparency slide film starts with the most expensive, Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100. A quick search about films results in plenty of comparisons of what is available. But these results mean that I will be relying on how others are using the films and not the exact way I … Continue reading Kodak Professional Ektachrome Film E100 →
A few weeks ago I had no idea what the Hasselblad V system consisted of. I knew the 500 series are the iconic cameras that everyone recognises. What I didn’t know was the existence of the 2000 and 200 series with their focal plane shutters. So what does this mean? Well, in the 500 series … Continue reading Hasselblad 2000 FC →
I got my first roll of film back from the lab. And as you can see, I also got myself a cheap A3 LED light box. Glad that there are no light leaks in the camera which was my main worry. My other worry was how the expired film would behave. It has done quite … Continue reading First roll of film – part 2 →
I was trying to figure out the best way to make my Profoto B10 units work with my Hasselblad 500C/M. I have a Profoto Air remote dedicated for my Nikon cameras and PocketWizard remotes to fire my flash units. The PocketWizard Plus III has a 3.5mm mini jack socket so getting a mini jack to … Continue reading Profoto Air with a Hasselblad 500C/M →
I went to dig out my old light box that I purchased when I was still shooting film to view my first roll of film from the Hasselblad. Only problem is that I can’t find the transformer plug that came with it. Also it had been sitting in the shed over the years, so I … Continue reading Light box →
I didn’t want to spend too much on film to just run through the Hasselblad to make sure everything is fine, so I got myself some expired film. What surprised me was how slow ISO 100 is in real life. For my first roll, I had to use some extra light which was lucky that … Continue reading First roll of film →
So here it is. I got a Hasselblad 500C/M and also a 150mm f4 lens that was on sale at London Camera Exchange. There are very limited places selling used film equipment and I’m not really willing to spend big money on the museum pieces. For whatever reason there is a big trend to shoot … Continue reading Hasselblad 500C/M →
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