Instruction

How I Process B&W Film

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Developing B&W Film

I’m often asked how I develop my B&W film.

It’s easy — no darkroom required!

My 3-part tutorial will show you:

  1.  The Equiment You Need.

  2.  How to Prepare the Solutions.

  3.  Step-by-Step Instructions for Developing.

In order to receive the instructions, a $12 payment is requested.

Following payment, you will receive an e-mail with three PDF documents (for steps 1, 2, and 3).

My tutorial is detailed and easy to follow — and it works.

—Peter.

Click to make a $12 payment and receive my tutorial for developing B&W film.


Discover the identity of Lens #1

Undisclosed Lens 1

Lens #1 is a vintage lens that performs as well as (and in some ways is superior to) the Leica equivalent.

It is not widely known and is bargain-priced:  it costs less than a Leica lens hood!

Want to know the identity of Lens #1?

A $10 payment is requested.

—Peter.


Discover the identity of Lens #2

Undisclosed Lens #2

Lens #2 is a tiny wide angle lens that is sharp, contrasty and resistant to flare.

As a bonus, it has no detectable distortion!

It’s now discontinued and becoming more difficult to find as most owners rarely sell it.

As a result, prices have crept up but this lens can still be purchased for 1/3 of the cost of a Leica equivalent.

Want to know the identity of Lens #2?

A $10 payment is requested.

—Peter.


Discover the identity of Lens #3

Undisclosed Lens 3

Lens #3 is a normal lens that is capable of a rare combination of classic rendering and modern resolving power.

Unlike vintage lenses, it is extremely sharp, resistant to flare, and contrasty.

Unlike modern lenses, it can produce a smooth and predictable output without rendering in a sterile fashion.

In short, it combines the best attributes of both modern and vintage lenses and it compares well with the Leica equivalent!

Best of all, it’s currently in production so it can be found brand new on dealers’ shelves.

Want to know the identity of Lens #3?

A $10 payment is requested.

—Peter.


Lens Reports


1-on-1 Lessons

My passion is family photography.

If you’re in the Toronto area and are looking for lessons to improve your family photos, please contact me.

Each session offers practical 1-on-1 instruction where you live or play, and the first session is usually enough to get you going.

All you need is a camera (and if you use Lightroom, I can teach you my techniques for digital post-processing).

You’ve probably spent more on camera gear or other things you’ve ultimately discarded, but the skills I teach will last you a lifetime.

Thank you,

—Peter.

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Fee: $525/2 hrs

(Please note that payment must be made in advance.)

Click below for 1-on-1 lessons:

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