ILFORD PHOTO PRODUCTS STAND THE TEST OF TIME Photographer Augusto Schillaci used film based photography to exhibit the latest Shinola watches at their Detroit, New York and London stores The Gomelsky watch design by Shinola photographed by Augusto Schillaci. © Image copyright Augusto Scillaci/Shinola Shinola watches are crafted by hand […]
This paper is amazing, after 15 years it’s still working good and with no need of bromide. The development time is longer but not bad. I love Ilford papers, but I miss the weight and texture of the old fiber papers. Here are some examples from a late Darkroom session. […]
If you are looking around, you will notice that I’m working on updating several areas of the webpage. The most important update is the addition of the SHOP, where custom prints and other items will be for sale soon. Please email me with any questions.
When printing on a Darkroom, it is very important to take notes on exposure times, paper type, dodge, burn, etc. They will be essential to be use at a later time, when trying to recreate the same print.
I have been skateboarding pools and Half pipes on and off since I was a kid. Also I have been doing photography on and off since I was kid and there is nothing better than combining both of them. Skateboarding+film photography+darkroom @BWPMag @stillshootfilm @BelieveInFilm @FilmsnotDead @ThePhotoChannel pic.twitter.com/2HaFo7aBUX — Augusto Schillaci […]
Ever since I started Photography, I want it to do alternative process printing. I was fascinated with the Platinum Palladium look, the way that the image is inside the paper and not on the surface. Because Platinum Palladium is very expensive, I went with the Kallitype process, more economical, but […]
On very rare occasions I do color photography. This is one of them. GetReelGoods commissioned me to take some snapshots around Deep Ellum to be sold at their shop. GetReelGoods
A quick test before creating the 24×24 Kallitype Prints I did for Shinola. Please check these amazing Watches made in Detroit USA www.shinola.com
A nice little promotion on my Kallitype printing work
I took my Mamiya 7 II with the 43mm lens to test a roll of the infrared Rollei 400. I like the idea that you can use this film with no filter, so I decided to test this roll just with a regular red filter and not the common one […]