Category Archives: Rating

What is ISO? ISO stands for International Standards Organization (sometimes denoted as ASA, which stands for American Standards Organization, on older film cameras). ISO is a measurement of how sensitive your film is to light. High ISOs indicate that your film is more sensitive to light, while low ISOs indicate that your film is less […]

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What is pushing? We covered this in our post about pushing color film, but here’s a quick recap: pushing is something that is done in development and in development only.  It is never something that happens in exposure or scanning and cannot be adjusted after the roll has already been developed. Pushing is done by […]

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What is pushing/pulling? Pushing and pulling is something that is done in development and in development only.  It is never something that happens in exposure or scanning and cannot be adjusted after the roll has already been developed. Pushing and pulling are done by changing the temperature of the developer, or by adjusting the time the film is left […]

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