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- About "Summer Fayre"
- Tom Wood "Men & Women" at the Photographers' Gallery
- Match photos: Chesham United Ladies v Swindon Town Ladies
- Whatever Happened to Bobbie Gentry?
- On Radio 4: I, Regress
- The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ by Philip Pullman
- At the Royal Academy of Music: Riders to the Sea & Curlew River
- On Radio 4: soloparentpals.com (Woman's Hour Drama)
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Tag Archives: kodak
Kodak is, finally, on the brink. The company that has been edging close to life support for the past few years finally filed for bankruptcy protection and as a result the media can begin performing the last rites. The laments … Continue reading
There are big debates on the Blair v Hitchens scale. Life, the universe and everything – that sort of thing. Then there are debates which dwarf such piffling concerns and chief amongst these is film versus digital. Obviously it’s slightly … Continue reading
There’s not much to say – let the results do the talking. Today, I got back from Ilford Lab the photos from my first go with TMax 3200. It’s a thing of beauty. Anything taken after dark is just … … Continue reading
Today, Kodak announced it was ‘retiring’ some medium format films that don’t have a market in the modern world. The rumour mill goes beyond this saying that TMax/TMZ 3200 is off as well (which is a bugger as it’s what … Continue reading