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     * Fixer - [[http://​www.bhphotovideo.com/​c/​product/​253199-REG/​Ilford_1984262_Rapid_Fixer_Liquid_1_Liter_.html|Ilford Rapid Fixer]] - %%$%%10/L, lasts an incredibly long time as it can be reused, and is mostly cut with water.     * Fixer - [[http://​www.bhphotovideo.com/​c/​product/​253199-REG/​Ilford_1984262_Rapid_Fixer_Liquid_1_Liter_.html|Ilford Rapid Fixer]] - %%$%%10/L, lasts an incredibly long time as it can be reused, and is mostly cut with water.
     * Wetting Agent - Anything will do. As long as it lowers the surface tension of water and doesn'​t mess with the film chemistry, that is. HCl, for example, will //not// work.     * Wetting Agent - Anything will do. As long as it lowers the surface tension of water and doesn'​t mess with the film chemistry, that is. HCl, for example, will //not// work.
 +    * Lately, we've been using [[http://​www.bhphotovideo.com/​c/​product/​123487-REG/​Photographers_Formulary_01_5060_PMK_Pyro_Metol_Kodalk_Developer.html|Photographer'​s Formulary]],​ a strange 3rd party 2-part developer that we've found works extremely well.
 ===== Using a Film Camera ===== ===== Using a Film Camera =====
 For the most part, you use a film camera in the same way that you use a digital camera - point the lens in the appropriate direction and press the button. The main exception being that with film, there is no instant feedback - you have to either develop the film yourself or take it to a lab to be developed and either scanned or printed. Similarly, there'​s less flexibility for taking "​bad"​ pictures, because you can't delete a frame from film once it's been exposed. Some people believe this helps us become "​better photographers"​ because it forces individuals to be more mindful of what they'​re shooting. That said, I've seen a lot of bad pictures taken on film. For the most part, you use a film camera in the same way that you use a digital camera - point the lens in the appropriate direction and press the button. The main exception being that with film, there is no instant feedback - you have to either develop the film yourself or take it to a lab to be developed and either scanned or printed. Similarly, there'​s less flexibility for taking "​bad"​ pictures, because you can't delete a frame from film once it's been exposed. Some people believe this helps us become "​better photographers"​ because it forces individuals to be more mindful of what they'​re shooting. That said, I've seen a lot of bad pictures taken on film.
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