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Category Archives: Black & White Photography
The following video offers a brief overview of the film developing process. Hopefully this will be helpful as you prepare for Monday’s class. It’s best to watch this video in HD mode.
Visit the B&H Photo website to view a list of supplies. This list has been created to facilitate your supply purchase and is not indented as an endorsement of this vendor. Please feel free to search for better prices elsewhere … Continue reading
The following videos are meant to help you get started with the basic 35mm camera. Please refer to your specific camera manual for further information regarding the camera.
Please use the link below to access a short slide presentation for the next assignment “Focus.” I will place other information online that you may find useful as well. Depth of Field – Focus Assignment Reading – Horenstein, Chapter #4 … Continue reading
This PDF file contains samples of images to guide you through the light assignment. Most the images are photographic but I have also included several images by painters as a way illustrating the concept more that just the process. The … Continue reading
Shutter Speed and Time – this is a PDF of the class presentation.
This PDF file will help you to understand the steps for loading the film onto the reels for the daylight film processing tank. Loading film in the Daylight Processing Tank
Below is a link to a B&H Photo Wishlist that contains a list of cameras (film and digital) that will serve you well in the photography program. If you are majoring in photography, please email me before making a purchase. … Continue reading
You may also order the textbook on Amazon. Black and White Photography