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 increasing the temperature […]

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Pushing Black and White Film

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

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Pushing Color Film

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You know how the dentist suggests a check up twice a year, but you only go in once your tooth is past the point of hurting and you can’t ignore it anymore? It’s like that, but it’s camera gear instead of teeth. Here at theFINDlab, we recommend getting all of your gear serviced at least […]

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Getting Your Gear Serviced

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  There are a lot of things about shooting film in winter weather that you have to watch out for. The extreme cold can totally kill your battery, the wet snow might make your camera start to act up due to moisture, going from extreme cold to warmer temps indoors will fog up the best […]

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Shooting Film In Snow

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