In this episode, Alex sits down with James Lane, the high-priest of 510-Pyro. They discuss the starting of Zone Imaging and where 510-Pyro comes from. Dealing with Internet trolling and what’s next for Zone Imaging in taking film chemistry into the 21st Century.
If you are looking for Sources for 510-Pyro and Zone Imaging Products, you can purchase them through the following retailers.
CatLabs of JP
Not ready to jump onto the self-development and 510-Pyro bandwagon? These labs will do the work for you!
Labs and community darkrooms around the world using (that I know of):
CatLabs of JP
North East Photographic
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It’s always great to hear discussions about the history and art of photography, especially from a group of knowledgeable and passionate individuals. I particularly enjoyed hearing about James Lane’s experiences and insights into the world of large format photography. It’s inspiring to see how a classic camera can still be relevant and even preferred by some photographers in today’s digital age. Looking forward to more episodes from Classic Camera Revival.