As I have said before on this blog, I started photography many years ago and learnt darkroom printing techniques whilst I was at university. At that time I obviously learnt about making test strips to make the print with the right exposure, density, contrast and depth. Even after test prints, you might still want to … Continue reading Getting that final print right
As I have already said I have been going through my archives and printing the images that I like and think warrant it. Whilst going through the photo in my database I obviously have images that have been made on cameras that I no longer have. Cameras like the Olympus four-thirds (not micro) cameras E-30, … Continue reading It was a good ‘un
Many years ago I used to print my own photographs in a little wet darkroom I had in a walk-in wardrobe at home. With the advent of digital, I was happy with processing the images and placing them on Flickr etc. I did get some images printed for galleries, my Royal Photographic Society submissions and … Continue reading Printing your own
I've just finished framing some prints that are to go up in a new gallery to open locally soon. I don't print my own, I have mooted it but at the moment my time is taken up with taking pictures and processing them. I'm still going through those photographs I took in March of this … Continue reading Get ’em printed.