[Darkroom] Processing Motion Picture Film at Noisebridge
Mario A Henríquez
macandal at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 26 18:18:45 UTC 2013
I would love to learn how to develop motion picture film but, unfortunately, I can't attend the presentation this Sunday. Maybe some other time. Thanks.
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From: eric stewart <e.l.j.stewart at gmail.com>
To: "darkroom at lists.noisebridge.net" <darkroom at lists.noisebridge.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2013 9:43 AM
Subject: [Darkroom] Processing Motion Picture Film at Noisebridge
Last Sunday we processed a batch of film as a development test. We
processed 70ft of hi-contrast motion picture film (7363) in d-19.
Here is a link to the results:
film was shot in a bolex mostly hand cranked,but some at 24fps.
If anyone is interested in 16mm or super 8 hand processing, we are
gonna have a small workshop next Sunday at 6pm. We will show people
how to load a 100ft spiral tank. As well as cover the points where
motion picture film processing differs from still picture processing.
Negative vs. reversal processing etc....
We can also make photograms, which look awesome projected!
We will also have a bolex. So if you've ever wanted to learn hand
processing or how to use a bolex, stop by the darkroom Sunday 3/3 at
The film costs $10 per 100ft so please bring a couple bucks if you
want to use some of the film we bring.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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