Category Archives for "How-To"

Nov 19

#1243. That SOOC Industrial Look

By Ian Varkevisser | How-To

Apparently Fujicolor 100 Industrial is a negative film only sold in bulk in Japan. Something interesting about Fujicolor 100 Industrial film is that it has a Tungsten emulsion (with a Kelvin temperature of 3200), but it is daylight balanced because the dye colors have been shifted to account for the cooler temperature. It turns out […]

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Sep 26

#1231. My Latest Lens

By Steve Mallett | How-To

Yesterday I had a cataract op to my right eye and here I am, wearing sunglasses, writing about it already.  Miraculous really. To backtrack, twelve months or so ago I went for a routine eye test and complained to my optician about my “rubbish glasses”.  This has always been my stance since first having to wear […]

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Jun 13

#1209. The long game

By Pascal Ollier | How-To

My last post was about flora; so, in order to treat the animal world on equal terms, I thought it would be appropriate to put a few members of the honorable fauna in display. This is going to be quite a counterclimax for me since, as readers of previous posts know, seldom if ever do […]

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Apr 03

#1188. Whisk Away

By Ian Varkevisser | Art & Creativity , How-To

You might be forgiven for thinking this is going to be a blog about cooking but it does contain a list of ingredients and instructions. Surgeon General’s Warning : Contains a high dose of technical ingredients and artistic post processing. For the technophobes feel free to skip the blurb and jump to the pretty pictures […]

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Mar 29

#1184. Distance in Photography

By Lad Sessions | How-To

Pascal’s recent thoughts on 3D (#1181 on 3D and pop) are a tough act to follow! As announced, here is a second instalment with a slight change of subject—or at least of approach. In this post I’ll write in my own allegedly “academic” way, seeking to separate out and analyze a few factors, and hope […]

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