Rule number 1 of using wide angle lenses is to keep the film plane parallel to the subject. This rule, however, is more often than not promptly broken, as it is impossible to get the composition you want without tilting…Comments closed
Category: Methods Section
Similar to a scientific journal publication, the methods used to conduct an experiment or test are described in the “methods section”. In the main post I discuss the results, while the details of the tests are left for the interested reader and for later reference.
Say, you just bought 10 rolls of film and plan to shoot them in the coming year. Or you have multiple printing papers that you use, some of which you use seldom. How do you store these properly and how…Comments closed
Two weeks ago I was given an old box of Agfa Brovira-Speed BN312PE, grade 3 paper. It has been sitting in a cupboard on an attic for at least 15 years under less than ideal conditions. To determine if the paper…Comments closed
Disclaimer, 22 december 2015: Only recently I realized that the variations measured are in tens of stops. F5.6 7 on the meter means is F/5.6 + 2/3 stop or F/7.1, rather than close to F/5.7. This make the measured deviations…Comments closed