I'm a bubble wrap person myself, then into whatever bag I'm using at the time. My latest bag is a Lowepro shoulder which I got for £1.50 in a...
I'm experiencing a similar problem myself and I haven't got the solution but wanted to offer some thoughts. I used the Tetenal E6 kit a few years...
Without a camera, you can test the opening and closing of the aperture, the shutter speeds, the remote release, and the button that opens to full...
Each to his own, of course. But I just bought 5 rolls of FP4+ for £21.29 including postage (3-5 day delivery) from 7dayshop, which equates to...
What a great bargain ! Was the lens included ? I would have thought the lens alone was worth more than that.
In my case I started with a 50-pack of Fomapan 100 which cost about £35. There is nothing wrong with the image quality provided by this film...
A 250mm lens is equivalent, in 35mm terms, to approximately 85mm, ie a bit longer than normal, ideal for portraits. Depending on the type of...
A shot taken with my Holga WPC 120 pinhole, before it fell apart. Portra 400 developed in the Digibase C41 kit:
The River Tyne at Wylam, by...
I use citric acid - bought about a kilo of powder for not much from eBay and mix one teasponfull in water. I did once get a problem with holes in...
Intrepid 4x5 and Fomapan 100:
Cadger Fort by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Intrepid 4*5 and Fomapan 100 developed in HC-110:
Goat Scar Lane in mist by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
A few shots with a Lubitel 166B and Portra 400:
Double London by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
We have a winner .... well done @ChrisR ! You can't beat a nicely decayed boat (unless you want to take to the water in it of course)
Another box camera image:
Hanging around at the Fish Quay by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
I only seem to have shot a few rolls of Kodachrome (there might have been some more before 1981, which is the first year for which I still have...
Took my Coronet 12-Twenty box camera out for a stroll yesterday with expired Pan-F loaded:
North Shields Fish Quay - box camera view by...
Terribly sorry chaps and chapesses - I can only put my error down to having only drunk one cup of coffee when I made the poll this morning. I've...
Thanks for all your entries - polls up.
Dahlias from the allotment, shot in the summerhouse with the Intrepid 4*5 and TMax 100:
Dahlias by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
And another Velvia shot. You can tell how long this has been waiting to be developed.
Resting among the bluebells by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Expired Velvia 100F developed in the Tetenal E6 kit:
Country Life by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
A shop sign in Howarth. Yashicamat and XP2:
This is the entries thread for New Old film challenge no 90.
The subject is DECAY
The challenge will be open until Midnight on Tuesday 28th...
This is the discussion thread for New Old film challenge no 90.
The subject is DECAY
I'm surprised we haven't had that subject before but I...
This time I'll choose a subject that I don't have any pictures of ...
Howarth with a Yashicamat and XP2:
Shopping in Howarth by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
At some point I'll go back and take the shot on 4*5 then post a REALLY big version.
So you couldn't bear the separation after selling a 35RC to me ?
Although I'm thinning out my 35mm gear I'm planning on keeping my two 35RC's
Finally got round to developing some Velvia 100F, shot months ago, once I'd saved enough rolls to get a Tetenal E6 kit. Most of the roll was...
An older image recently rediscovered.Taken on a Kodak 66 Model II folder on Kodak Ektacolor negative film.
Split by Kevin Allan, on Flickr