Working in traditional film, it’s important to stay organized, and keep your chemicals in order. These rolls of film where taken for the Community Supported Art Project I’m involved with.
My film comes on rolls of film (the black rolls on the right). When I get ready to process, I put the film in a processing tank, in a light tight bag, and then go through the processing steps.
Pre-Wet—>Developer—>Stop Bath—>Fix—>Wash—>Fix Remover—>Final Wash.
After the film is hung to dry (in my bathroom), it’s then scanned by me, and goes through some minor post processing adjustments. It’s an involved process, but I wouldn’t have it any other way!
Incredibly excited to see the Community Supported Art Project in the St. Louis Post Dispatch this morning!
One of my photographs is in print edition of the article, found in the arts and entertainment section! But, if you aren’t in the area, or want to read the article now, follow the link to read more about the project!
And if you are interested in buying one of the 50 limited edition shares- only four more shares remain from the project!