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  1. Silver halide prints

    Silver halide has been used in photographic film and paper for over 150 years and remains a vital ingredient found...
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  2. Pictures Without a Camera – Sun Pictures / Photograms

    When photographic material is exposed to light it begins to darken. The more light the material receives, the darker it...
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  3. Making a Black & White Print – Contact Sheets

    Contact sheets are a great way to review and record your images. They allow you to view all the negatives...
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  4. Processing Film – Tips for Loading Film into a Developing Spiral

    Having shot a roll of black and white film it now needs to be processed to create the negatives. At...
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  5. When and why to use a light meter

    Although many film cameras have inbuilt light metering systems, a light meter instrument can also be used. Light Meters can...
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  6. Introduction to ILFORD Film Developers

    What are film developers? Film developers are a photographic chemical that turns your exposed film into working negatives as part...
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