Bass, Fuentes, Moller Period 3

This is an example of a photogram. The enlarger projects light onto the photo paper exposing the objects onto the paper. This causes the photo paper to have the image printed on it. Once this is done You move it into the D-76 to start developing it
This is the D-76 bath. This causes the objects that were on the photo paper to appear. After the D-76 you move it into the stop bath which causes the photo to stop developing
This is the step after the stop bath, It's called the silver bath. This causes the photo to stop developing and not be ruined when its exposed to light. It finalizes the print
This is the step after the silver bath. It's the wash bath which washes all the chemicals of the final print. Next you move it to the squeegee
The squeegee gets all the water of the final print so when you put it through the dryer there won't be water marks
This is the dryer, It is the final step of developing a photo.
This is an example of fast shutter speed. It captures the focus point of the image and freezes the image
This is an example of slow shutter speed, It causes the image to be blurry which gives it a nice effect
To process film you need to load it into a canister first. The first step of loading the film is to go into the dark room and open the film canister. You then wind the film into the reel
Once the film is reeled in you put the fat lip in. This blocks out all the light and holds it together
You then put the reel into the canister and put the lid on. The first lid is so you can pour chemicals into the canister without exposing it to light, which would ruin the film
Once the red lid is on you're ready to process your film! this keeps all the light out
This is the first step of developing film. You add a mixture of 5oz. of D-76 and 5oz of water to your canister. The temperature of the mixture will tell you how long you need to keep it in for. You gently shake the canister for 5 seconds every minute
After the D-76 you put water in and shake it gently for 30 seconds. This is the same as the stop bath in the dark room
After you empty the water into the sink you add the fixer. This is similar to the silver bath in the dark room
You can't pour the fixer in the sink or it will contaminate the water
After the fixer you have to put it into the hurricane wash which washes off all of the fixer chemicals
The final step when chemical processing is the photo flu. You unload it from the canister and dip it in and let it sit
When the photo flu is done you unreal the film and hang it up to dry. After this you can cut it and make a contact sheet
Once the film is done drying you are able to cut it and load it into a sleeve
After the film is in the sleeve you bring it to the dark room and make a print. This shows the photos clearly, which gives you the option to see what photos you want to print
To print the photo you want you have to put it into a negative carrier to hold it in place
You then put the negative carrier into the enlarger and it projects your image. You choose your desired time to expose the photo which then prints it onto your photo paper. After the photo is exposed to light you repeat the steps with the chemicals; D-76, stop bath, Silver bath, Water, squeegee, Dryer, And then you're done!!

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