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Photo Clinics Session during the 'Exposure' event at Orchard Central.

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  • 1. Film and Lo-Fi Cameras By 8storeytree
  • 2. Film and Lo-Fi Cameras
    • Films
      • Film formats
      • Film types
      • Processing Methods
    • Multiple Exposures
    • Long Exposures
    • Light Leaks
    • Redscale
  • 3. Films – Film Formats
    • Film Formats / Sizes
      • (Sheet Film) Large Format
      • (120 Film) Medium Format
      • (135 Film) 35mm film
      • 110 film
      • APS (Advance Photo System)
      • Disc Film
      • Etc.
  • 4. Films – Film Types
    • Film Types
      • Negatives
      • Positives (Slide Films)
      • Black & White Films
      • Etc.
  • 5. Film Types - Negatives Natura 1600
  • 6. Film Types - Negatives Solaris 400
  • 7. Film Types - Negatives Solaris 400
  • 8. Film Types – Black & White Neopan 1600
  • 9. Film Types – Black & White Neopan 400
  • 10. Film Types – Black & White Ilford XP2 400
  • 11. Films – Processing Method C-41 E-6 Negatives Positives (Slide Film) chemical chemical Cross-processing
  • 12. Film Types – Xpro Kodak E100G
  • 13. Film Types – Xpro Provia 100F
  • 14. Film Types – Xpro Velvia 100F
  • 15. Film Types – Xpro MS100/1000
  • 16. Film Types – Xpro Kodak 160T
  • 17. Film Types – Xpro Kodak EPR64
  • 18. Films – Multiple Exposure (MX)
    • In film and photography,  double exposure  is a technique in which a piece of film is exposed twice , to two different images. The resulting photographic image shows the second image superimposed over the first.
      • Taken from wikipedia.org
  • 19. Multiple Exposure Sensia 200
  • 20. Multiple Exposure Kodak 160T
  • 21. Multiple Exposure Kodak 160T
  • 22. Multiple Exposure Kodak 160T
  • 23. Multiple Exposure Sensia 100
  • 24. Multiple Exposure Sensia 100
  • 25. Multiple Exposure Kodak 160T
  • 26. Multiple Exposure Sensia 200
  • 27. Multiple Exposure Provia 100F
  • 28. Multiple Exposure Provia 100F
  • 29. Films – Long Exposure
    • When an image is taken including stationary and moving subjects (for example, a fixed street and moving cars or a camera within a car showing a fixed dash-board and moving scenery) using a slow shutter speed , interesting effects, such as light trails occur.
    • Long exposures are easiest to accomplish in low-light conditions, but can be done in brighter light using neutral density filters or specially designed cameras.
      • Taken from wikipedia.org
  • 30. Multiple Exposure Kodak EB100
  • 31. Multiple Exposure Kodak EB100
  • 32. Multiple Exposure Ilford XP2
  • 33. Films – Leaks
    • A  light leak , commonly associated with Holga model cameras, is an area within a camera where light is able to seep, or "leak", in, causing the film to over-expose. Within most cameras, this is considered a major problem, usually remedied through replacement of the foam between the back of the camera and the camera body. Within Holga cameras specifically, the most common light leak areas are located at the corners of the front of the camera, the seams between the back and the body of the camera, and the exposure number window on the back of the camera. Some people consider the light leaks in cameras such as the Holga model to be artistic and therefore leave the light leaks untouched.
      • Taken from wikipedia.org
  • 34. Light Leaks Provia 100F
  • 35. Light Leaks Sensia 200
  • 36. Films – Redscale
    • Redscale  is the name given to a technique of shooting  photographic film  where the film is exposed from the wrong side , i.e the emulsion is exposed through the base of the film. Normally, this is done by winding the film in upside-down into an empty film canister. The name "redscale" comes because there is a strong color shift to red due to the red-sensitive layer of the film being exposed first, rather than last (the red layer is normally the bottom layer in C-41  (color print) film). 
      • Taken from wikipedia.org
  • 37. Redscale Redscale
  • 38. Redscale Redscale
  • 39. Why Film ? Why Lo-Fi cams?
        • Taken from exposure.sg
    • “ Exposure” is an artistic showcase on photography and aims to be a different kind of photography exhibition.
    • -Organised by Orchard Central and managed by Ape Communications
    • If photography is an art, then cameras are just the tools for the artist.
    • It’s the artist’s creativity that makes a difference.
    • - jp( (8storeytree)
    • THE END