High Speed Pinhole and Zone Plate Photography, Part 2

AudioBlog LogoIn this audio blog I discuss my testing results for Kodak P3200 at an EI of 6400 for hand-held pinhole and zone plate photography as well as the new direction Part 3 in this series will explore. Click on the Audio Logo to listen…

LINK: TMY-2 @ 1600 article here on FR.

2 Responses

  1. Elliot

    Please remember to be more specific in your podcasts. I did not hear you mention the film format size you were using when you discussed zone plate, film and developer choices. This can make a substantial difference, as medium format grain is more tolerable since it is enlarged less.

    Also, you should mention the reduced tolerance in exposure that scanning has compared to traditional darkroom work. In the darkroom you can overexpose a LOT and get good or at least usable images, but scanners don’t offer the same generous tolerances, and thin negatives tend to scan best. Very important to mention this to those starting a ‘figital’ workflow.

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