Ah, movie film… It’s great stuff, really, even expired it gives really good, predictable and repeatable results. FPP’s 320 T is some expired Kodak Vision film, helpfully loaded into 35mm cassettes by the good people at the FPP. Visionary film directors used Kodak Vision 320T for such titles as Unbreakable, the Kill Bill series, Being John Malkovich, and The Man Who Wasn’t There, so if you want to see how good this film can look, look up one of those.
If, on the other hand, you want to see what a rank amateur with plastic cameras and ancient chemicals can get out of it, read on… Continue reading “FPP 320 T: beautiful, if you can get the &%$# remjet off…”
Over and over again, Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala gives us the formula for success:
- do righteous deeds
Fred Herzog: Modern Color, has been sitting in my “to review” pile for nearly a year (or more?), since I jumped on a pre-order of it (if I recall). I don’t know what I’ve been waiting for… time to look more closely at it, probably, and the work deserves more time than I’ve given it. Herzog’s street work from 1950s and 60s Vancouver is gorgeous and Hatje Cantz did a great job with the printing. Continue reading “Unboxing ‘Fred Herzog: Modern Color’”