ILFORD INSPIRES // Joe Brook ‘SKATEBOARDING IS OUR RELIGION’

Joe Brook's film ‘SKATEBOARDING IS OUR RELIGION’ is a pilgrimage to the epicenter of skateboarding, San Francisco, in Joe's iconic van ‘Big Blue’. In this rare look behind the scenes we watch Joe capture skateboarders using various photographic techniques for his work at Thrasher Magazine.


WARNING: The following film features skateboarding tricks performed by professionals. HARMAN technology and the producers insist that no one attempt to recreate or re-enact any of the activity in this film.

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Filmed and Edited by Exploredinary (Sarah Reyes and Daniel Driensky) With additional GX1000 footage by Ryan Garshell Original Music by New Fumes Joe's Subjects: Ben Gore, Corey Duffel, Max Schaaf, Ryan Garshell, Brian DeLaTorre, Yonnie Cruz, Al Davis and Andrew Torralvo End Credits photos on ILFORD HP5 Plus film by Daniel Driensky Special Thanks to Joe Brook, Ben Gore, Corey Duffel, Max Schaaf, GX1000 and Michael Bain Joe's film processed by Blue Moon Camera and Machine

Source(ILFORD Photo Youtube)

TUTORIAL // Processing Black & White Film

  • We suggest NOT using a squeegee on negatives ...ever.

These simple step by step instructions will teach you all you need to know to start processing your own black & white films at home.

  • Part 1: What you will need 00:09
  • Part 2: Preparing the chemicals 01:06
  • Part 3: Loading your film 02:06
  • Part 4: Processing your film 04:02
  • Part 5: Hanging and Drying your film 06:48

Source (ILFORD Photo Youtube)

VIDEO // PROCESSING B&W

Seeing as a potential Film Workshop is on the cards ...something to wet your appetite ...

These simple step by step instructions will teach you all you need to know to start processing your own black & white films at home.

  • Part 1: What you will need 00:09
  • Part 2: Preparing the chemicals 01:06
  • Part 3: Loading your film 02:06
  • Part 4: Processing your film 04:02
  • Part 5: Hanging and Drying your film

 

Source (V Youtube)

Ilford / HARMAN Technology Ltd im Interview

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Does analog photography have a future?  Yes it does, sales of film are now stable and many new users experience film each year as they embrace traditional materials.  Ilford and HARMAN technology Ltd. What’s the difference?  HARMAN technology Ltd is the company formed after the ILFORD business in the UK went into receivership 9 years ago. It is a successful business focused on traditional b&w films, papers and chemicals. Under an agreement made at the time I bought the UK business with 5 colleagues and we are allowed to use the ILFORD brand for b&w traditional products. ILFORD Imaging Switzerland are the manufacturers of ILFORD inkjet products and are a completely separate business which shares only a brand with our company. The name Harman comes from the founder of ILFORD in 1879 – Alfred Hugh Harman, that name was chosen to reflect the nature of the business we run and our focus on traditional materials.    READ & SEE MORE

Does analog photography have a future?
Yes it does, sales of film are now stable and many new users experience film each year as they embrace traditional materials.
Ilford and HARMAN technology Ltd. What’s the difference?
HARMAN technology Ltd is the company formed after the ILFORD business in the UK went into receivership 9 years ago. It is a successful business focused on traditional b&w films, papers and chemicals. Under an agreement made at the time I bought the UK business with 5 colleagues and we are allowed to use the ILFORD brand for b&w traditional products. ILFORD Imaging Switzerland are the manufacturers of ILFORD inkjet products and are a completely separate business which shares only a brand with our company. The name Harman comes from the founder of ILFORD in 1879 – Alfred Hugh Harman, that name was chosen to reflect the nature of the business we run and our focus on traditional materials.

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Source (http://filmphotography.eu/)

Photography News // Ilford Factory Tour 2013

Dave Parry

To anyone with even a passing interest in photography the name of Ilford should be immediately familiar. Started off in the 1800s it's now reinvented itself in the post-digital era as a lean an responsive outfit which is prospering where juggernauts such as Kodak have struggled. Last week I was lucky enough to visit the Ilford facility in Cheshire for a full day tour to find out how they do it. Ilford have done occasional free tours in years gone by, and this one was advertised on the APUG forum a month or so ago, so I took the opportunity to sign up. In addition to the photo geekery the Ilford name has a rich history as a longstanding iconic brand in 20th century British culture and industrial history, so I thought it was too good an opportunity to miss. 

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Source (http://www.daveparryphotography.co.uk)

Photography News // develop by mail, is there anything ilford doesn't do ? (besides color)

From the pixels at Petapixel

Good news isn’t always easy to come by in the world of film; more often than not, the stories we run have to do with film being discontinued. But that’s not always the case, and the most recent news out of Ilford should give film lovers something to smile about.

According to Imaging Resource, Harman Technology — the folks behind Ilford — have decided to open up an Ilford lab in California. This means that high-quality black-and-white processing and printing services are now available by mail to all of North America via the Ilford US website.

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Source (http://petapixel.com/)