. . . though not strictly Street Photography related (the canals do however lead to Street Photography locations), I have produced an ever growing series of videos, documenting both my change of life and my journeys around the canal system.
The video below is my latest offering.
All of my previous canal videos can be found in these YouTube Playlists here.
. . . well I would watch it.
. . . Here’s a short mini-review video of the Leica M5 that I’m currently selling on eBay.
If you’re looking to buy a used Leica M5, there are always a fine selection of used examples here on eBay
. . . A video to accompany this test is on my YouTube Channel and you will find the link at the bottom of this post. Also, quite a long thread has grown from this experiment over at APUG.ORG and a point has been raised about the 4th set of images below (1:100 with Salt). I have added the revision below.
In an attempt to find the best method for reducing the appearance of grain to a minimum when shooting Ilford HP5 Plus and processing in Rodinal (Adox Adonal), I conducted the following experiment.
Continue reading “Ilford HP5 Plus and Rodinal with Salt – An Experiment to Minimize Grain and Improve Contrast . . .”
. . . Why not try this simpler method.
. . . This video has yours truly demonstrating my old Leica M8 kit from a couple of years ago. Obviously nowadays (being entirely film) I use a Leica M5 and different lenses.
Must do an up to date video soon . . .
. . . In it, I show just how easy it is to get started processing your own film. With just a basic amount of kit, you to can be developing your own negatives.
. . . due to the unique design of a Rangefinder, you could take an entire days worth of photo’s and not realize you had the Lens Cap on the whole time. This is made even worse if your Rangefinder has Through-The-Lens (TTL) metering and you can’t figure out why it isn’t working.
This short video always makes me chuckle, but is a constant reminder that we are only human . . .