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Make your own film developing chemicals from household items
You don’t need much to develop photographic prints at home.
This mobile darkroom is serving underprivileged children in Southeast Turkey by teaching them photography skills
Millions of young Syrian refugees have resettled in the region and the program director has made his project mobile.
Watch Edward Weston create a darkroom print
This is how the photographer processed his work.
This photographer transformed a shipping container into a working camera
“It’s basically the world's biggest, slowest, and most impractical Polaroid camera.”
Jack White launches a film developing lab inside Nashville’s Third Man storefront
The Third Man Photo Studio is now open for business.
The Intrepid 4×5 enlarger turns any 4×5 camera into an enlarger and doubles as a negative scanner
This enlarger is collapsible, portable, and currently raising funds on Kickstarter.
Lab-Box Is an All-In-One Film Developing Station That Doesn’t Require a Darkroom
Getting the film on the reel is the most stressful part of the process
This Is Not How To Sell Photo Paper On eBay
That's not how you use that.
Watch This: Inside the Darkroom of Ansel Adams
You can almost smell the chemicals
Shots/onStone Creates Analog Photo Prints On Actual Stone Slabs
A clever, hand-made project to create unique analog images