The little tricks I wish I knew before, which would have prevented me from ruining quite a number of film rolls. I use one of those popular Paterson tanks with plastic auto-loading reels. There are a few other producers of these, but >>>
Tonight, two rolls of the notorious Fomapan 100 35 mm are being cooked in Ilford DDX developer >>>
I’m a gullible man. I got lured into Rollei RPX-25 and the promise of the super-fine grain on this low ISO film. The box speed of ISO 25 is straight from the 19th century! I have loaded the film into an appropriately ancient Fujica Super Six from ca. 1954 AD, which I lovingly named Babcia. It means Granny in my most favourite of all the languages, Polish >>>
Colour film is still not my thing. I don’t really know how to shoot in colour, how to scan it properly, how to post-process it. It’s definitely a different kind of fun than my beloved B&W. Trying hard, learning on mistakes.
The main problem is finding a film with satisfactory colours. Obviously, it’s a highly subjective matter. My preference is for muted and natural colours. Observations so far >>>