A Backwards Camera in a Dark Room – Photographic Printing technology connections dishwasher

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46 comments

Technology Connections 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Can't say you're gonna put a link in a pinned comment and then not do it so here's the link! If you're interested in analog photography, particularly darkroom-related shenanigans and experiments, The Naked Photographer is a neat watch.
https://www.youtube.com/c/TheNakedPhotographer

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Legoman98 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

In the cubby just to the left of your head I could see some very faint blue light. Not sure what that would be

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The People's Bayonet 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

until I had actually used a dodging tool in a redlight room, I always thought that icon was a pin. the one I made was legit just a construction paper jagged circle hot glued to a dowel! very cool to see you talk about this stuff I had to do Back In My Day (highschool, 2006-7)

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Frank Pouw 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

suggestion for a topic: antennas!
I recently bought a vintage FM tuner, looked at the 2 antenna screws and wondered, what do I do with those? Attach 2 wires? One loop? How long? Reminded me of my dad on the roof turning the old TV antenna to get the best reception. Also a cheap CD/radio I owned which had a ~1 meter wite hanging out the back for an antenna.
I'd love to see how you explore this topic. I'm sure it would be fascinating. Though, you can make dishwashers fascinating (I'm still waiting for my cookie)

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Mephitus Incognito 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

while now that i know exactly what the noir detective is doing in the darkroom, as this series of videos has been very educational, im gonna stick to the digital camera and hi-res inkjet printer method…

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parteibonza 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

artwork

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Jeremy 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

This was so fun to watch! Thank you!

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Aidan Vichinsky 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Very rude of you to assume thats why those brands of film identify the way they do.

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Anthony Zubia 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Can we hangout? I love your content. Your humor makes my day. Your topics are always intriguing. Let me atleast buy you lunch?

Thankyou for being truly original and informative.

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MISTER__OWL 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Yellow light was the coolest video effect ever.

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Enlightened Penguin 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

2:57 "special containment considerations" Just barely dodged the noncopyrighted SCP copyright

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cory lytle 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I loved photography in high school, fun watching this video.

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Daniel M 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

While anyone with any vested interest in photography should develop prints at least once, I honestly now prefer scanning 35mm negatives (as lovely lossless 6400 DPI, 48-Bit, 250MB-ish .tiff files, no crusty .jpg's here) then adjusting contrast and applying dodge and burn in GIMP, it's so nice removing all of the guesswork… It's also cheaper and takes up far less physical space.

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Joacim Andersson 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

test

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Clark MacPherson 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

You can really see the video encoding acting on that paper turning black.

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David Sanborn 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I regret dumping all my darkroom goodies at the advent of digital photography. I'd bought an Agfa 1 megapixel camera for my move to Japan and now all my memories from that time are lo-res, bad color rendition photos with overt jpg encoding. Having been a photography nerd with a lovely Canon AE1 Program, I have no idea why I was willing to accept such a degrade in my quality – but I sealed the deal when I sold all my darkroom gear in the belief it would soon become obsolete. It did … and it didn't. My best memories are in the darkroom, not mastering Photoshop.

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Bandit Mutt 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Thanks again for a great video and great information

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Binary_Omlet 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Could you digitize the image and then make a z-depth pass and print on transparency to use as a mask?

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Ryan McArthur 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Such an interesting topic. Growing up in the 90s, it was always something I accepted as normal to drop off a roll of film and it magically being photos when we returned. Now I keep seeing opportunity to further the creative process in this stage

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Ryan Kohnenkamp 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Sooo…this is how the "1 Hour Photo" services worked, right…?

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Gill Nosowitz 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I don't know if you take requests, but I would like to see a video explaining various common "artifacting" or blemishes on film (movie film in particular) like how 35mm or 16mm gets black spots, shakes, strange colored "rings" of lights and so on when playing back old film. I always just assumed that was the downfall of the format, but as I've watched you and Oddity Archive, I've realized how much better pristine condition film and audio reel is, free of most of the trope faults.

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CS_FL 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I used to work in a photographic studio. I did framing (summer job) not development. I did, however, have the opportunity to be in the darkroom and watch the techniques of dodging and burning. The pro had an oval piece of cardboard on a wire stem that he could run around. What was most fascinating was the he could do it almost the same with repeated exposures of the same negative. He had it down. He could also burn shading around the edges to make an faded "ovalesque" frame around a photograph which was square. It was quite pleasing.

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Joseph Sileo 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Am I ever going to develop film? No

Am I going to watch every episode of this series anyway? Yes

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SappinSentry 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Hey so, I'm a tech supervisor at Staples, and this might sound weird, but…
Your videos have helped me so much to answer obscure or "outdated" (as they sometimes put it) customer questions. Differences between DVD-R and DVD+R for example, and it's always fun seeing surprise on their faces when I know exactly what a Betamax cassette is, or some other old and/or obscure media format.

So I want to extend a huge thanks to you for producing the kind of content you do, I'm sure I'm not the only one who gets a lot of use out of it, on top of the entertainment value! You, Techmoan, LGR, CathodeRayDude and beyond provide a valuable service and effort to those of us in the customer facing tech sector.

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Braelin Michelus 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

A backwards camera? … You mean a projector?

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Swivel_Z 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I'm surprised to see how many Photoshop tools and names of ideas have stuck around since the days of physical photo editing, even that the Dodge and Burn mimic what you'd be doing to an actual photo, which would be intuitive for anyone just entering digital editing, but I just have always assumed it was some weird design choice with no meaning.
Masking and the color channel exposures as well, that was awesome to see there be a previous physical version of.
As I stated, didn't know anything about physical photo editing before this, I knew a bit about image processing though in the dark rooms and all that though, so excuse my excitement xD

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Sofie Jensen 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

10:20 lets agree that there is a face on the test paper!

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wado1942 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Ideally, you want your enlarger iris to be about F5.6. That's where most lenses are the sharpest.
Next time you watch a movie from way back in the days of ACTUAL film production, look for "color timer" in the end credits. A person who's sole job is adjusting the exposure time for each primary color, shot to shot, for the entire movie. It's a glamorless job but can make/break the movie.

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scamin sam 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I could not find a general contact us so I am using your last video for this. I have a suggestion for you to do a video about. For many years Electricians have been using the Marette or wire nut. Lately and many of them coming from China, the push in connector has become popular. My feeling is they are dangerous as the contact area can not be anywhere as good as twisted wires with a wire nut. I am sure there are good ones and some that are waiting to start a fire in your wall. No one has looked into this and I thought it would be right up your ally.

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NoLlama 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

This is so fascinating but also so complicated, so I think I'll stick with Lightroom.
Just thinking about all the steps you have to do to make an adjustment where in digital photography you move a slider or two a little and you're done in a second… Huge respect to anyone who does it the old fashioned way.

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Drake Savory 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

So next is color (C41 film)?

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randomnickify 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Double negative…you will need dark darkroom for that!

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amojak 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

For dodging if you use an obstruction on a wire and move closer to the lens then it will be more diffuse. the wire will vanish and the edges by default will not be sharp.
I was doing b&w film and print developing from my bedroom when 16. had the basic ilford kit and i used to spool the film onto the developing tub reel under the duvet , with black out blind and at night 🙂

did a lot of experimenting , including open shutter long exposures with 50 iso film etc.

had a load of 10 x 8's but think they may of been lost over the decades.

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Brett Duane 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I spent a lot of my spare time during my HS Sophmore and Junior years in the darkroom. Soph was learning the tricks and techniques, Jr was applying them for the school newspaper and yearbook. I wasn't enrolled in either class, but I did get photo credits. I also worked as a library assistant, often processing color slide film.
Color prints were barely within the capabilities of the equipment we had to work with. But mastering color prints would have taken another year, and even more money.
I had to leave that behind in my Sr year for vocational electronics. B( Even so, I don't miss the darkroom. And I'm still working in electronics (I'm 61).

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InCartersEyes 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I am a student in photography and this was so cool to watch. ive been doing a few projects on film recently, and all of this series coming up in my recommended was just the icing on the cake.

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paulec252 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

All this time i thought Aerosmith was saying "Sweet! Emulsion!" and they were just into photography

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Professor Jay Tee 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Dodging and burning are also excellent ways to create dramatic "special effects" on your image.

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Wolf Elkan 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

36:07 or you used a flash.

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Wolf Elkan 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

4:35, is this why Paul Bettany wore blue makeup instead of Red while filming the black and white scenes of WandaVision?

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Sun Wukong 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Your enlarger looks like its missing part of the base too, the ones I used at college had aligning points on the base for the paper to keep it in the right position and lined up properly.

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Fox D 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

"That parenthetical went on far too long for this sentence to make sense."

You just triggered my editor (from my days covering sports for a clickbait vertical, a very interesting job with lots of lovely sports stories to turn into clickbait)'s PTSD.

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Neolith100 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

"Like this one!" I love it!

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viperfan7 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

Safelight!

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Padankadank 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

I can tell "No effort November" has finished

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Sam Whitbread 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

So having seen this I am really really curious about how colour photos are created.

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travis dunn 29/12/2021 - 3:57 Chiều

The very best "Intro to printing" video ever made.

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