Analog Photography

Taking notes from Black and White Photography A Basic Manual by Henry Hohenstein 

Studying how to take film photography using Pentax k1000 I borrowed from CSM. The initial intention was to use for the photographic outcome week photoshoot, but the hotshoe for studio light didn't work with the analog camera I had. However, I've jotted down notes and scanned examples from the book that's really useful for first timer using film camera like me to understand the basic principle of photography, which I was not aware of while using digital and DSLR camera before. Through this, I learned that there are so many possibilities to work with negative by adjusting the setting I want before taking the photograph, unlike Photoshop or Lightroom that allow me to edit images AFTERWARDS. The thrilling part in analog process is the anticipation for the film to be processed and see how the film comes out in the end. This is truly a traditional way of photography in prior to any digital tools in which I'm planning to explore more but perhaps not in the studio condition. 

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