Scanning and processing film

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I don’t do my own ‘wet processing’ anymore, so when I send the film away I always also ask for scans. I know this is more expensive than home processing, but it’s a choice for convenience and, frankly, consistent results. I send my work to Exposure film lab whose service I find excellent. They scan with a Fuji Frontier SP-3000 or Noritsu …

Informing Contexts – Oral Presentation – Feedback

mickyatesAftermath, Art, Biography, Cambodia, CambodiaFMP, Coursework, Critical Research Journal, Documentary, History, ICWeek11, Ideas, Informing Contexts, Infrared, Negatives, Oral Presentation, Personal, Photography, Practice, Project Development, Unfinished Stories, Work in Progress 2 Comments

From Pierre: Well done video Mick. Good to see your journey from where it began to where it is now.  The painterly influence never goes away, it is always in the background fueling images in one way or another and it seems to push you to look further in the image making process, even though it may be doing it …