May 13, 2019April 15, 2019rr1photography5 Comments on Frugal Film Project – Graham Binns – March Frugal Film Project – Graham Binns – March Graham is shooting Ilford HP5+ in a 1936 Zeiss Ikon Nettar 510/2 You can read more about Graham Binns here. Rate this:Share this:ShareClick to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
5 thoughts on “Frugal Film Project – Graham Binns – March”
Excellent stuff , definitely one thing I love about film, the ability to satisfy that new gear feeling and only spend a few £ , nice shots too.
Many thanks Douglas! Yeah I must admit I love yoe you can have a new camera set up and play with new gear for very little cost but maximum enjoyment.
Last weekend I was using up shots on 3 35mm cameras ‘abandoned’ when I was taken ill about 4 years ago. These pix inspire me to do the same with a Nettar and Super Ikonta which suffered the same.
I know your location(s) well. Your shots from the old folder suit the subjects well. Love them!
How are you developing? I usually favour stand development in Rodinal but I’ll have to push one of the 35mm films as when I unloaded the film it was not HP5 or Tri X as I thought but FP4!
I’m glad you are inspired, it’s a lovely feeling putting these old cameras back to use especially when you see them negatives come out!
I’m developing at home using Rodinal for 6 minutes at 20 degrees c. Agitation at the start for 30 seconds, then for 10 seconds every minute. I’m using Ilford stop, then Ilford fix. Finished off with Kodak Photo-Flo.
Thanks Graham. I’m with you; a unique feeling every time you open the tank and see the negs and so easy to do with b&w.