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ADOX HR-50 is a New Monochrome Film for 35mm, 120, and 4×5


ADOX, the world’s oldest photographic materials manufacturer, has announced a new monochrome film called HR-50 that will be available in 35mm, 120, and 4×5 formats. The ADOX brand has been on photochemical products since 1860, making it the oldest brand that’s still around today. And the company wants to ensure ...

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The Intrepid Enlarger Turns Any 4×5 Camera into a Darkroom Enlarger


After launching its affordable 4×5 large format camera in 2014, Intrepid is back with a new product called the Intrepid Enlarger. It’s an attachment that turns any 4×5 camera into a darkroom enlarger and negative digitizer. “Traditionally enlarging and printing from your negatives has been reserved only to those with ...

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Photographing a Bullet Train Leaving a Tunnel at 190mph


Want a challenge to test your shutter finger reaction time as a photographer? Try capturing a bullet train zooming out of a tunnel up close. That’s what Japanese photographer Kunihiko Tsuji demonstrates does in the video above. The video is a 2009 episode of Begin Japanology on the subject of ...

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On Leaving My Flashes at Home for a Portrait Shoot


It started as a regular booking inquiry from a client. They wanted to book me for an engagement shoot a month before their wedding. The destination was decided (the Port of Jaffa), and the time was set (an hour before sunset). I always make sure to coordinate clothing options with ...

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