Analog Film Photography: How To Process And Develop Analog Film: Professional Photography (Paperback)
While digital photography offers instant gratification and the ability to bring pro tools to your fingertips, unlike other advances, it hasn't made past techniques obsolete.
For many fans, celluloid has a number of qualities such as texture or grain, impossible to imitate with current cameras.
Capturing images was not always so easy. There was a time when shooting was limited and you had to wait at least 24 hours to see the results. Despite this, it is not something that belongs to the past: analog photography is still alive and is for many the preferred option. But what is the point of keeping it in the middle of the digital age?
Despite technological progress, it is believed that an analog photograph has a particular grain and texture, which gives it more body. On the other hand, the digital one is totally flat, which takes away its depth. Thus, appearance is the key reason for choosing this format. For this reason, the analog continues to attract followers in the digital world.
This guide teaches you how to process and develop analog films, even if you have no prior experience. You will learn how easy it is to develop black and white film at home and will show you all the equipment you need to achieve tha