Category Archives: Scanned Negative

A film negative that has been scanned to create a digital file.

Nautilus & Companion – 1

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An Imperfect Shell

 

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Nautilus

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That old (latent) black magic

Today I was reminded of the wonders of the latent image on film.

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Zeiss Protar 8.5cm Test

Ten years ago I acquired three Zeiss Protar lenses from the auction sale of Olive Cook’s effects, following her death in 2002. These lenses had belonged to her late husband, the photographer Edwin Smith.

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Colour from the 1990s

This series of 18 photographs was made in Jaywick, Essex, and around Cromer, Norfolk, in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

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Disused Car Park, Harlow

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The Old Swimming Pool, Harlow

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Disused Paddling Pool, Harlow

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Guardian

8×10 film negative on Adox CHS 100, developed in Rodinal 1+25 6mins continuous agitation at 20 deg.C. The first exposure on a borrowed Toyo 8×10 monorail camera. Zeiss Protar 32cm shutterless lens, 10 second exposure at f36 on Adox CHS … Continue reading

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