Dev Party – The Great Exchange

On this episode, we talk about our experiences shooting each others cameras (while developing the film we’re talking about). Vania shot Eric’s Mamiya m645j, while Eric shot Vania’s Hasselblad 500C. Answering the previous episode’s Answering Machine Question, we both talk about the various animal encounters we’ve had (some together!). Eric developed Foma Retropan 320 inContinue reading “Dev Party – The Great Exchange”

Nailed to the Xtol (or Maybe Exel)

Finally… Finally Vania returns to Xtol, the developer that nearly killed her (in a very metaphorical sense). Meanwhile, Eric tries out Foma’s version of Xtol called Fomadon Exel. Both are ascorbic acid developers, and while Kodak claims that Xtol is good for “fine grain and high sharpness,” Foma claims that Exel is great for “fineContinue reading “Nailed to the Xtol (or Maybe Exel)”

Dev Party – Devil is in the Double X

On this slightly less spooky episode of Dev Party, we’re twinning! Both Eric and Vania are developing 120 rolls of Kodak Double X in FA-1027. We go into the details and the weirdo data sheet that accompanies FA-1027. We also brush up against the long history of Double X.  Not only that, we both giveContinue reading “Dev Party – Devil is in the Double X”

Dev Party – The Loneliest Pine

On this episode of Dev Party, we talk about our day in Lone Pine, California, the Museum of Western Film. We also talk about Museum of Western Film History, which we visited. There were some amazing clouds, some perfect skies, and some photos we’re super stoked about. We also talked about the non-photographic mediums thatContinue reading “Dev Party – The Loneliest Pine”

Dev Party – Don’t Be Ascared of the Dark

Full notes and photos here: http://www.allthroughalens.com In this darkened episode of Dev Party, Eric and Vania develop Ilford Delta 3200, which they both shot under natural and incidental light in very dark places. Vania captured surfboard shaper, Mike, plying his craft. And here are some of her shots: Meanwhile, Eric developed two roles. The firstContinue reading “Dev Party – Don’t Be Ascared of the Dark”

Dev Party – This Must Be the Place (Maybe?)

On this episode of Dev Party we talk about our week and develop a couple of rolls of something or other. Vania developed some expired Vericolor III in C-41. Here are some of her shots: Meanwhile, Eric developed Fomapan 400 in Pyro PMK. Here are his shots: We also answer the question: is there aContinue reading “Dev Party – This Must Be the Place (Maybe?)”

Dev Party – Summer Rockets

One this, our first Dev Party of the season, we answer part of the question: what did we do on our summer vacation. In this case, we fired off model rockets with cameras attached to them. Specifically, we shot a pair of Estes Astrocam 110s in the Alvord Desert, Oregon. With each launch (when weContinue reading “Dev Party – Summer Rockets”

Dev Party – The Future Draweth Nigh

Think of this Dev Party as the introduction to the Third Season of All Through a Lens. We discuss the future of our humble little podcast while developing photos we shot after returning from our respective breaks. Vania (@surfmartian on IG) developed Velvia 100F in C-41 because “I do what I want.” It was aContinue reading “Dev Party – The Future Draweth Nigh”

Dev Party #44 – Expired High School Color 1000!

Somehow or another both Eric and Vania ended up developing slide film that expired when both of them were in high school. Eric shot AgfaChrome 1000RS and devved it in ECN-2, while Vania took on Kodak PMZ Kodak 1000 in C-41 Here are Vania’s, shot at 200ISO: And here are Eric’s shot at 50ISO: ENDContinue reading “Dev Party #44 – Expired High School Color 1000!”

Dev Party #43 – Greetings from the Shanghai Delta 3200

While Eric develops some Shanghai GP3 100 in HC-110, Vania goes for some Ilford Delta 3200 – except she can’t remember what she shot it in. Was it a Holga? Was it a Yashica? Why would it be either? How could she forget? Tune in and find out! Here are some of Eric’s pics: AndContinue reading “Dev Party #43 – Greetings from the Shanghai Delta 3200”