Great book to Understand Aperture more, How Digital Cameras Capture Images, How Digital Images Are Displayed, and Understanding Resolution.
47 pages; 4 Chapters; Size: 2.4MB
A page from the contents list:
As a photographer I deal with tons of photos that I have taken during my travels. Sometimes I find it difficult to resize images one by one, which is waste of time!
I have tried the Photoshop patch processing to resize, but nah.. The app I’m going to show you now is much better, simpler and easier!
It is called JustResizeIt! completely free and neat.
1. Drag and drop one or more images into JustResizeIt!,
2. wait a few seconds, and
3. drag and drop resized images into an e-mail, an office document, or a folder.
Download it from Here.
Have fun processing your photos :-)
Anyways, after that long beautiful day. I made up my mind to start developing the film roll I used. So, I started at 12 am and finished the whole phases (film reel/developing/fixing/washing/drying/scanning) at 2:44 am. Getting the negative done. Finally, I scanned the film negative and I’m getting amused with some of the results.
The Results: (Click on Photos to get Original Size)
Yeah, if you ask me! It was really fun..
Let’s first start with this Photo, before we get into details: *It is my own Camera! It looks gorgeous, Don’t you agree?* :)
That is what I’m going to talk about in this post; Old, Vintage, and Antique Cameras!
It’s all started when I’ve been in Chicago for 6 months. I got this internship, and I was lucky to get it!
Since I was into photography, I thought of buying old really OLD Cameras from ebay! I kept looking, and I bought some! Then I thought of testing those lovely looking cameras that I got! I start getting the manuals from the internet, I kept looking, I found the film types that each camera uses. I started purchasing those film types! Non-stopping, man, you gotta love it once you start it!
Now, after I got back to my country. I rested for like a month, but now I’m getting back to it. I got my Chemicals ready, I got my films, I got my Cameras, I got my passionate about it, I got almost everything that I need!
This thing taught me a lot of things about photography:
Here are some of the negatives I got after processing two different films, as an experiment: