F30 ... nice choice
Study the manual and learn (I mean really learn) what your camera can do
I suspect that many people using this film for the first time end up with the sort of results that Dave reports in his posting,...
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(i) a camera - your Holga should be fine
(ii) film - a roll of 120 should do the...
Here are the standard forms i use; they may be downloaded in a convenient .pdf format and adjusted to suit your own purpose...
Here's a recent posting from Lex Jenkins over at Photo Net
Although addressed to an American market - what he writes is universal....
Any number of factors can result in poor results from colour negative film...
Without closer enquiry, your method of exposure...
...i'm not familiar with your model camera and unsure whether you mean it won't fire when the "blur" warning activates
Reputable New Zealand retailer and mail order business "Photo & Video International" have them in stock for $(NZ)743.85 which,...
My definition of landscape photography is "environmental portraiture"
As a photojournalist and documentary maker I employ both the skill...
**CREDIT: Russell Brown
...another cool B&W conversion tip using Photoshop which i've written up into 8 easy steps (note -...
Members wishing to directly compare the work of Mr Adams alongside that of his peers may find this useful:...
Good post from usayit
Here is an excellent reference for digital printing:
jstuedle gives a good, brief overview
* Compactness: the first impression one gets on handling is just how small it is
Here's a couple of pointers:
* Use a stable tripod. Add weights if unsure
* An aperture of f8 should be fine, combined...
Naaa ... if you'd been a really good boy he'd have also given a wide angle
You might find this interactive page of some use:
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If your camera has manual settings the following method...
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