A beginner's guide to developing film. It's easier than you think! Try it!

A beginner's guide to developing film. It's easier than you think! Try it!

Develop film with instant coffee and vitamin c...nice, clear directions from photojojo!

How to Develop Film Using Coffee and Vitamin C! Srsly

Develop film with instant coffee and vitamin c...nice, clear directions from photojojo!

DIY Darkroom... interesting way of developing photos if you don't have the space - or "bat cave"...

DIY Darkroom... interesting way of developing photos if you don't have the space - or "bat cave"...

DIY Photo Processing: How to Develop Film at Home for Cheap Using Coffee, Red Wine, or Tylenol

DIY Photo Processing: How to Develop Film at Home for Cheap Using Coffee, Red Wine, or Tylenol

DIY Photo Processing: How to Develop Film at Home for Cheap Using Coffee, Red Wine, or Tylenol « Photography

Photo taken by @kaity_lucas on Instagram, pinned via the InstaPin iOS App! (10/01/2014)

Photo taken by @kaity_lucas on Instagram, pinned via the InstaPin iOS App! (10/01/2014)

How To Turn Your Vintage Camera Collection into Wall Art

How To Turn Your Vintage Camera Collection into Wall Art

Vintage camera display Canavello Mrasek Rigas for some reason i thought of you when i saw this. My living room will be decorated in cameras.

Photographer Brittany Nelson uses techniques such as tintype and mordancage to create her photos, but she puts her own twists on them. This is a dangerous way to develop photos but it would be fun to try once.

Developing Photos Is Way More Fun When It's Kinda Dangerous

Photographer Brittany Nelson uses techniques such as tintype and mordancage to create her photos, but she puts her own twists on them. This is a dangerous way to develop photos but it would be fun to try once.

Ever wonder what resulting photos would look like if you developed film with various liquids found around the house? Photographer Matthew Cetta does too, and he’s actually spent quite some time finding out. Cetta has been doing experiments through a project called “Photogenic Alchemy,” creating toy camera photos with wild aesthetics by developing the films with all kinds of random things — everything from lemon juice to Pepto Bismol.

Ever wonder what resulting photos would look like if you developed film with various liquids found around the house? Photographer Matthew Cetta does too, and he’s actually spent quite some time finding out. Cetta has been doing experiments through a project called “Photogenic Alchemy,” creating toy camera photos with wild aesthetics by developing the films with all kinds of random things — everything from lemon juice to Pepto Bismol.

A Scrum Infographic. A pictorial representation of Scrum and the things that happen inside each sprint.     The Agile process promotes transparency, moves projects quickly and keeps marketers focused on a specific set of goals.

A Scrum Infographic. A pictorial representation of Scrum and the things that happen inside each sprint. The Agile process promotes transparency, moves projects quickly and keeps marketers focused on a specific set of goals.

Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to The Kelpies sculpture near Falkirk to unveil a plaque to name the Queen Elizabeth II Canal that runs through the Helix development. (Photo by Andrew Milligan/PA Images via Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to The Kelpies sculpture near Falkirk to unveil a plaque to name the Queen Elizabeth II Canal that runs through the Helix development. (Photo by Andrew Milligan/PA Images via Getty Images)

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