posted by Matt Dick @ 6:44 AM
Nice. It's amazing the wings aren't blurred.
Katherine has started taking pictures for a summer class. Yesterday she brought home a black and white of Indy (her dog). She had developed the photo in a dark room. It sounds pretty cool, and she really enjoyed telling me about something that I honestly knew nothing about.
Josh said: It's amazing the wings aren't blurred.Not amazing, just sunny. It was so bright I could use 400 ISO and my shutter was open for one 1,500th of a second.Jim said: She had developed the photo in a dark room.Dark room work is fabulous, but unforunately is hopelessly old school. She'll likely never do it again. But learning the basics that way is super.
It is exciting to me that she is learning something from such a fundamental level. Also, I love that she has something that she owns. Second kid can sometimes end up doing everything the first kid did only later.
Dark room work is fabulous, but unforunately is hopelessly old school. She'll likely never do it again.Depends on her. It would probably be hobby or art if she does continue it, but I think there is much you can do in the darkroom still that looks different than digital.
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