Category Archives: Photography

Memorial Field, Mount Vernon / Cross-Processing

Although photo labs have almost entirely stopped producing color slides in-store, you can still get E-6 film processed at local labs. By “cross-processing” the film, the lab will run it through the same chemicals used for developing color negative (C-41) … Continue reading

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They took away our Kodachrome, but they gave us back our Polaroid. Er, Fujiroid? My latest camera is the Fuji Instax 210 Instant Film Camera. I seem to be a few years in most cases and a few decades in … Continue reading

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New York Neon

Greetings all, I’m passing on an email I just received from Tom Rinaldi: >>>>>>>>>>> Hello Friends, As some of you know, I’ve gone off the deep end with another hobby: old neon signs in NYC. Over the past few years … Continue reading

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The End of E-6

As the rest of the east coast seemingly plans for the end of the world, I’m planning for the end of commercial E-6 film processing, from which which color slide film is developed. I dropped off a few rolls of … Continue reading

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