About photosensitive.ca

— Jordan on February 6, 2007

Photosensitive.ca is the photographic home of Jordan W., amateur photographic hobbyist. I use the site to host a number of articles as well as a photoblog of my traditional and digital images. By day, I do chemistry research and development for a well-known multinational company.

If you have any questions about anything you see here, e-mail me; I love to hear from visitors and would be happy to answer your questions.

Cameras I currently use: Nikon F90, Nikon FG, Nikon D70s, Rolleiflex 3.5E (Xenotar), Fuji FX200

Image work-up: All B&W film developed by hand at home, scanned on a Minolta Scan Dual II (35mm) or Epson Perfection 4180 or 4490 (medium format) scanner; Adobe PS for post-processing. This website is hosted using Flickr and WordPress (formerly Folderblog, which I can no longer recommend.)

Prints of any image you see on this site are available — just ask.

Legal notice: All images on this site are © 2002-2010 Jordan Wosnick. Reproduction in whole or in part, including reproduction in electronic media, without the expressed permission of the author is prohibited.


  1. Very nice blog, I will deffiently add this to my blogroll as it’s always an intresting read!

    Comment by Spencer Payton — April 24, 2007 @ 11:18 am
  2. hello Jordan–

    My ‘beginner’ question might be augmented by noting:
    Nikon F100, 50mm f/1.8D, Ilford HP5, Plustek scanner…I will be shooting b & w exclusively.

    Q: for someone shooting few rolls of film–say, three or four rolls per month–which chemicals (developer, stop bath, fixer, etc.) would you recommend in the interest of 1) attaining a quality image (this is paramount and supercedes all other considerations) and, 2), minimizes wastage–minimal discarded chemicals owing to aging, etc.?

    much obliged!

    Dean Taylor

    Comment by Dean Taylor — January 16, 2012 @ 3:32 pm

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