I’ve always had a vague interest in film-making. As a child I borrowed my grandad’s VHS camcorder to make various kinds of film, such as this version of Thunderbirds dating from 1995. More recently, I’ve shot videos on my DSLR for the choir. A while back I was given a Super 8 camera but the high […]Read more "My first motion picture film"
This post is aimed squarely at darkroom aficionados. I was given a roll of Kodak Kodachrome 40 in Super-8 format. It hasn’t been manufactured for years and conventional colour processing using the K-14 process has not been possible since 2010. Kodachrome does not contain coupled dyes so processing is not possible using C-41 (colour negative) […]Read more "Processing Kodachrome as a black & white reversal film"
OK, cinematography is a fancy word for it. I’ve been given a reel of Super-8 film that I want to use, despite various hurdles. Let me explain. I’ve had a collection of Super-8 films and a cine-projector for a while now. I even put a couple of them on YouTube. I also have a Super-8 […]Read more "Diving in at the deep end of cinematography"