Pinhole Camera: You will need a box, photo paper, thin piece of metal like a can or brass shim, tape, and a needle
Shutter Speed: Slow (motion and/ or blur)
Shutter Speed: Fast ( frozen motion)
Shallow Depth( blurry background)
Deep Depth of field (everything in focus)
The Key Light – This is the main light used on your subject. The Fill Light –The purpose of this light is to fill in the shadows created by the key light, preventing them from getting too dark.
The Back Light – This is used to separate the subject from the background.
Storytelling-a sequence of drawings, typically with some directions and dialogue, representing the shots planned for a movie or television production.
Pry off the flat end of the film cassette
Crank the 2 sides of reel back and forth in opposing directions until film is completely loaded
Insert black funnel into film reel’s center hole
Place the loaded film spool properly into your development tank
Screw lid tightly on top of film development tank until securely locked
Place Red lid on top and when it is closed and secure turn on the lights
Loading Canister-Remove film from the canister... Cut off the film leader. ..Insert the leader end first into the developing reel. ....Spool the film onto the developing reel. ...Snip the film off the canister spool right before finishing.
A. 5 oz. D-76 and 5 oz. H2O (70oF) in measuring beaker for total of 10 oz ------------------------B.Take temperature of working solution using thermometer.
Pour mixture into film container through top lid opening(5 oz. D-76 and 5 oz. H2O)
Rotate tank for first 30 seconds and five seconds for every minute
When time is complete, dump used D-76 developer down sink
Add 10 oz. H20 (stop bath) to container
Add 10 oz. Fixer (from recycled Fixer jugs or FIXER container on top shelf) to container.
Set timer to 5 minutes . Agitate 10 seconds for every minute
Dump Fixer into “Recycled Fixer” jug (fixer can not be dumped down sink)
Remove container top and place reel into hurricane washer ...................................................... 4-5 rolls for 5 minutes / 1-3 rolls for 3 minutes
Soak in Photo Flo (30 seconds).
Attach clothes pin (with name slip) to roll of film and attach silver weight to bottom
Place roll of film into dryer,Let film dry for 24 hours in dryer
Enlarger-an apparatus for enlarging or reducing negatives or positives.
Contrast filters-Filter designed to improve contrast in an imaging system. * In black & white photography, a yellow-green filter is an all-round improver of image contrast; in distance viewing systems e.g. binoculars, a yellow filter can improve clarity by blocking bluish haze.
Set the timer to 5 seconds, and hold a piece of card over the image so that the light is masked off from most of the strip of paper. Expose about one quarter of the strip for 5 seconds. Move the card along allowing light to expose about half of the strip. Expose for a further 5 seconds
burn and dodge tools:The Dodge tool and the Burn tool lighten or darken areas of the image
Grain focuser-A grain focuser provides you with the sharpest focus you can get from a given negative.
Speed Easel-a frame, often with adjustable masks, used to hold photographic paper flat and control borders when printing enlargements.
D-76 (90 seconds)-D-76 Film Developer is an economical metol-hydroquinone film developer. Films developed in Divided D-76 have normal grain, good sharpness, and excellent tonal gradation
Stop Bath (30 seconds)-a weakly acidic solution used in photographic processing to stop the action of a developer on a film, plate, or paper before the material is immersed in fixer.
Fixer (3 minutes)-fixer is a mix of chemicals used in the final step in the photographic processing of film or paper. The fixer stabilises the image, removing the unexposed silver halide remaining on the photographic film or photographic paper, leaving behind the reduced metallic silver that forms the image.
Wash (5 minutes)-H2O washes off all the chemicals
Squeegee-a similar and smaller device, as for removing excess water
Contact Sheet-a contact print, usually of all frames of a developed roll of negative print film, used as a proof print.
Tissue, Board, Tacking Iron-This special tool is primarily used for tacking dry mounting tissue to the back of a print and then to a substrate. The tacking process keeps work from shifting prior to insertion into the press
heat presser-A heat press is a machine engineered to imprint a design or graphic on a substrate
Negative Carrier -Component of enlarger, scanner or other device using film: it grips the film at the edges to avoid scratching the image, holds it flat and parallel to the lens plane or scanning array.
find any material to produce photographic images
Photogram-a picture produced with photographic materials, such as light-sensitive paper, but without a camera.