Digitizing negatives at home takes time, patience, and curiosity

The darkroom has this mysterious pull when it comes to photography. Maybe it’s because of the lure of the darkness and quiet, or that life and surprises are revealed when film is developed… whatever the reason, developing old-school film can be a lot more rewarding compared to automatically seeing photos taken with a digital camera. … Continue reading Digitizing negatives at home takes time, patience, and curiosity

Moving from low to mid spectrum

Did you know that humans are only able to see a very short part of the electromagnetic spectrum? Specifically we are able to see between 380 to 740 nanometres (nm)! What that means is that visible light waves – all the colors of the rainbow – are the only electromagnetic waves we can see. Each … Continue reading Moving from low to mid spectrum