Developed Film From “Afternoon With Intrepid 4×5 Large Format Film Camera”
So this is a followup post from the Afternoon with Intrepid 4×5 Large Format Film Camera. I got the film back from The Darkroom, after having mailed the 4×5 negatives in their film holders over for processing. I get my film holders and developed film back in about a week, which is great.
I rather like it, despite the fact that creating the photograph was a major pain, that developing each negative represented monies spent, and that even when developed, there was still significant processing left to do to capture the image digitally.
Still, being able to leverage tilt/swing/rise allowed me to capture much more perceivable depth of field than I would have without those features. It was very educational, for sure.
- The Darkroom Analog Film Developing Service (For developing the film)
- Archival Negative Pages Holds Four 4 x 5 Inches Negatives or Transparencies, Pack of 25 (to hold the developed film)
- 4″ X 5″ Cut Film Holder by Lisco Regal 2 (to hold film for camera)
- Arista EDU Ultra 100 ISO Black & White Film, 4×5, 50 Sheets (The actual film shot)
- Apple iPhone 8 Plus 256gb Black Unlocked (For taking a shot of the illuminated negative)
- A4 Ultra-thin Portable LED Light Box Tracer USB Power Cable Dimmable Brightness LED Artcraft Tracing Light Pad for Artists Drawing Sketching Animation Stencilling X-rayViewing (For providing even illumination for negative film)
- Anker PowerCore 10000, One of the Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External Batteries, Ultra-Compact, High-speed Charging Technology Power Bank for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More (For powering the light panel)