I'm Alastair Dandy - just some guy with a camera, or two, in Seaton Carew.

I take pictures of things which make me think: I'd quite like a picture of that.

I have a fairly large collection of 35mm cameras and I like to select a different one, each time I load a film.

I've just got back into developing films, using the Caffenol-C process.

At the moment, this blog is about 60-40 analogue and digital.

 

Shore.
 This Kodak colour film is about 25 years old and was in a camera all that time. I finished it off, this morning and processed it using the Caffenol-C technique. Amazing that a film so old can still work.
Canon AV-1, standard lens, Kodak Color 200. Full negative.

Shore.

 This Kodak colour film is about 25 years old and was in a camera all that time. I finished it off, this morning and processed it using the Caffenol-C technique. Amazing that a film so old can still work.

Canon AV-1, standard lens, Kodak Color 200. Full negative.

  1. hugombh said: I used kodak tmax (120 roll) film this year, expired in 1998. Still works very fine, just lacked a little bit of contrast when doing a print (even with a 4 filter). 25 y old is impressive.
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