Photography: Colour Film, Kingston Lacy Gardens

These images were taken with a Canon EOS 300 using Fuji colour film at Kingston Lacy NT in Wimborne, late summer 2018. This slideshow contains a mix of film scans and photo scans and so the quality is variable and you can see there are some white lines and haze in some of the images…

Photography: Film Photography No.1, The Story So Far

When I started photography digital photography was not wide-spread. My first proper camera was a Canon EOS 300. (No, not a 300D, just a 300). Apart from my house, my car and my wedding dress, it was the most expensive thing I’d ever bought. To be honest, it wasn’t really very good; I think you…

Photography: A Roll of Fuji Colour Film

Most of these images were taken in November 2018. They were shot on an old Canon AE-1 that I picked up on eBay. I think they were all shot using the 50mm prime lens that came with the camera. The film is Fujicolor C200 and I sent the film away for processing and printing as…

Photography: Developing Black and White Film 2

There are essentially five things you’ll need to do to develop your black and white film: You’ll need to load it into the developing tank in the dark. That means a light-tight changing bag – I’ll go through this bit later – I’ll add a link when I’ve written it / filmed it. You’ll need…

Photography: Developing Black & White Film 1

Developing Black and White Film Part 1: The Things You’ll Need First published on Context and Narrative, Date: January 24, 2019 Author: Sarah Scott   Things you’ll need: access to water and a sink / drain measuring cylinders that you won’t ever use for food. 3 that measure at least 300ml would be a good start chemicals…