ATTN: If you submit a photo and it is not approved please do not try to submit it again. Please also don't take it personally, this group has become very large so I have restricted the entries and often throw out ones that technically fit the category but I don't feel are high enough quality to be added. It's very subjective.
Paper negatives are not just for testing your camera! They can have a wonderful old fashioned antique look, and have many of the beautiful characteristics of orthographic and orthopan film. You might find aerial perspective that is missing from so much modern-day photography.
This group is for photographs created from paper negatives, black and white or color, contact printed or inverted with software, from lens or pinhole camera.
A place to display and discuss the 19th century calotype, and its variant processes.
Talbot Family: double wash (+ Blanquart Evrard's modifications)
Furlong Family: single wash
Guillot-Saguez Family: no pre-silver
Le Gray Family: waxed paper negative
...and prints or inverted scans from the above.
This group is a resource for anyone interested early photographic processes.
Please don't post modern silver gelatin negatives (unless they are hand coated)
Pinhole photographs of trees!
The two are perfect together.
For all pictures printet with alternate processes, like cyanotype, VanDycke and saltprint. Also other alternate postprozessing like inkjet transfer or laser transfer for example. Please tag you picture with the process you take.
Welcome to the HC-110 Developer Group! Please put your film type and dilution in the tags. E.g.: tx400 hc110b
Silver Gelatin Prints
We want to show that with pinhole cameras perfectly works of art can be created. That they are not only technical toys. You can work creatively with these simple cameras. The group will help you nad other photographers to deal with this old technique. Show that modern, artistic photography is not dependent on lenses, glass or even several thousand euros cameras.
Show here photos you made without a conventional refractive lens. Describe techniques and teach us your owns.
Analog film lovers unite and develop your own color films !
a group for those who like to develop there own color film
C-41 or E-6 or anything else, but color please!
The Black & White loves beautiful pictures and their members. Beautiful and friendly is The Black & White's watchwords.
A single objective: TBW
Visible use of 'hdr' will not be accepted. As well as software of image editings such Photoshop etc... Refused frame. Well, not always ;) but do not overdo them!.
Panoramas accepted on the admin's recognizance.
No selective color, please.
> Free admission for the Moderators and Invitations.
Or moderating validation. 3 contributions a day.
Photo au sténopé ? C'est la photo pauvre, sans matériel sophistiqué, sans aucune technologie et qui peut être réalisée juste avec une boite d'allumette et un bout de film.
Any film format that is 4x5 to 8x10 and all in between. Show us your photos. Show us your cameras.
Welcome to 6x6 ~ 6x12 Film and all formats in between. Please post your 6x? here! Show us your camera! Box cameras are most welcome.
This is a group of outstanding photographers from around the globe, and a gallery of fine landscape photography of the highest calibre. Feel free to start discussions here; it is a great way to make acquaintances and build friendships with others who share your passion for photography. Please post only what you consider to be your finest work.
(we also invite members to submit their "cityscape" images)
Welcome to Film Development for everyone! Film is the topic of the day. Share your questions and your photos. All photos must be taken from a film camera accept for illustrations, How To's and Demonstrations.
Welcome to D-76 Developer Group! Share your stories and photos with us.
Water (125°F/52°C) 750 ml
Metol 2 g
Sodium sulfite (dessic) 100 g
Hydroquinone 5 g
Borax 2 g
Cold water to make 1000 ml
Welcome to C-41 Developer group. Share your experiences and your photos here!
Water (Room Temp) 800.0ml
Potassium Carbonate 32.0g
Sodium Sulfite 3.5g
Potassium Bromide 1.5g
Hydroxylamine Sulfate 2.0g
Water to make 1.0L
Sicht, Stimmung, Licht, Dunkelheit - von den Arbeiten Josef Sudek inspiriert und sie fortsetzend.
Josef Sudek: If someone you love dies on you, it bothers you of course. But after a while you find out that he didn't completely die. Suddenly you see he's somehow alive in something. We don't know why that is. But that's the way it is with a tree too. When it dies and sheds its leaves or needles, it becomes a statue. And it suggests something to you....Don't try and photograph things only as they…