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This is a photogram, what you need to make one properly is an enlarger, photo paper, and strategically pose objects on the paper to your liking.
For the timer that controls the light exposure, set your desired amount of time in the timer and then press the large rectangular button on the bottom to start exposing light.
For a pinhole camera you need a vessel, a flap, photo paper, a pinhole in the vessel.
To use the pinhole camera, find your desired image and lift up the flap for about 8 to 12 seconds. Close flap and make sure it stays sealed until you reach dark room to process
This is shallow depth of field which is used to photograph people in motion.
This is deep depth of field.
To use the hair light, turn on the switch and strategically place it behind models head to where the light is visible but the machine is not, creating a glow around the model’s head.
For each key light, there are two switches. Turn them on and shine them on the model. Place reflector under the chest to prevent shadows and reflect light up, and you’re good to go.
This is your finished project.
To do this you have to use a polaroid camera and take five images that represent a story or theme. Place them in your desired order on a board and get creative with the leftover space!
When in the changing room, to load film into the container, start off by taking the can opener to remove the canister lid and take out the film. Cut off excess film and load it into the reel. To finish, put it in the red and black container.
In the top right we are showing D-76, you use 5ml of this with 5ml of water and take the temperature. You then pour it in the container and shake the container 5 seconds every minute and time the minutes based on the temperature. The bottom left photo shows the water stop bath that is used to rinse the film. The right photo shows fixer which you pour into the container and then shake 10 seconds every minute for five minutes.
In the picture on the far left, we put in all of our film into the contact sheet to create a contact sheet. In the middle picture, our contact sheet was successfully created and we are choosing which picture to use. And lastly, we put in our desired picture to print into the negative carrier.
The photo on the left shows the use of the grain focuser. To use this you have to adjust the enlarger until everything is focused correctly. The second photo is for a test strip. To use one you have to take your photo on the test strip and then process it to make sure everything is perfect.
They have a range from 1 to 5, and the one you choose depends on the photo that you took. You place it under the light in the enlarger. This allows for contrast making blacks look black and whites look like.
For a speed easel you place it under the photo paper and then proceed to expose your photo to the paper.
Take out a piece of photo paper in the dark room, must NOT be exposed to light before processing. Use it under the enlarger and take your picture.
For burning and dodging, you use the tools provided and move it around very fast in the same area to either lighten or darken the area.
In the photo on the left, you squeegee your photo to get off all the water. In the picture next to it, you put the photo in the dryer, don't push it in with force, just let it be pulled in and wait until it comes out.
To dry mount a picture, you take tissue paper and iron it down to the board, and then iron down the corners of the photo. After that you put it in the oven for two minutes and take it out to let it cool.
This is showing adjusting shutter speed, ISO and focusing in order to take a clear image.
This is showing loading film into the camera, then winding the knob to roll up the film and then clicking the button on the bottom and rewinding the knob to unload the film.

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