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August 10 2014

calculon
12:07
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IR VIDEO OF A FILM BEING PROCESSED
I always wondered how does a photographic film look like during processing. Is there a visible image right after developing the film? Or is the image hidden below the anti halation protection layer and not visible until the film is in the fixation bath? Let’s find out! http://www.elektronaut.at/ir-video-of-a-film-being-processed/300

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November 05 2012

calculon
03:46
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Beinahe Instant-Foto:
Man nehme ein Handy (Nexus S) und macht ein Foto damit. Dann invertiert man das Foto und spiegelt es. Anschließend legt man das Handy anstelle der Filmebene in einen Vergrößerer und belichtet so ein Blatt Fotopapier. Dann wird das Papier noch entwickelt, gestoppt, fixiert und gewässert und man hat ein Foto. Das ganze dauert keine 10 Minuten :-)
Und wer ganz genau hinsieht, sieht die Pixel des Handy-Displays.
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