what is the last thing you developed or printed

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  1. jnanian

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    what was the last thing you developed or printed.
    it can be color or b/w im not too picky you
    dont' have to post an image, just what was the material
    ( film or paper ) and what was the developer and how ( what way ) was it processed.

    i just processed 8 rolls of film ( kodak, neopan, ilford )
    and i processed them in hand tanks ( 4 to a tank ) 4 mins ansco 130 1:9 ish 5 mins in caffenol 130 ...

    haven't made prints since june/early july ...
     
  2. David A. Goldfarb

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    Two rolls TXP/220 Acufine, a few days ago.
     
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    My latest rolls were my first home developed ones! 1 hp5+, 1 tri-x and one TMAX 400. I went with massive dev chart times since it's my first time. All in rodinal 1:50 and stock speed.

    Everything went fine, some kind of crud on one negative. I suppose it might be that the film was rolled a bit to tight on the reel. So nothing major.

    Bought 10 rolls of tri-x 400, liked those results the most.

    All the best!


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    Test film from LC-Wide (borrowed from a friend):
    Kentmere 400 (Rodinaal 1+100), printed on Fotokemika emaks 2 paper (Ilford PQ universal).

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    Lomo LC wide is very nice and fun camera - point and shoot with 117mm wide angle lens, really easy to shoot roll of film in short time and have fun.
    Quality of photos is nice, but not awesome. Biggest minuses are high price of the camera and overlapping of frames from time to time.
     
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    Printed 35mm to 11" X 14". Verrry interesting. Selenium toned it too. Verrry interesting.
     
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    Sunday I finished a roll of acros in my XA. developed in D23 1:1 for 13'45" @ 19C. paterson tank. about a minute agitation then a few inversions every min. they're a bit overdeveloped probably. should have used 13 mins I reckon.
    they'll print ok, but i can't really remember the last time i set the darkroom up.
     
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    Printed one frame from a roll of Agfa APX-100 in 8X10.
     
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    About a month ago 4 rolls of EFKE IR820. one in HC-110 dil. G (1:119), one in Rodinal 1:10, one in HC-110 in dil. A (1:15?), one in HC-110 dil. 0 (1:7 i think). All HC-110 dilutions from syrup.

    Did I get some wild results! :blink:
     
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    Tri-X in an experimental developer. (yesterday)
     
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    (there was a url link here which no longer exists)

    This about 3 weeks ago.
     
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    4 rolls of Portra 160 (120)
    My first experience with a Tetenal kit.
    Developed at 30C/85F.
     
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    Contact prints of some pinhole shots on 8x10 Fuji X-ray film -- woohoo!

    (Using a package of EFKE Varycon that's been around here quite a while.)



    (Extra hot weather must be keeping many of us indoors at the computer! :whistling: :tongue: :munch: )
     
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    I've been printing all day (and most of yesterday). Abstracts and cityscapes.
     
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    A roll of HP5+, 120 at EI800 in Microphen. Shortly, after a pause for tea-break, I have four rolls of 135 APX100 at EI80. Those are in one tank and will be done in Rodinal 1:50. All will be dry for contact-printing tomorrow evening.
     
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    Developed and scanned a roll of acros from the rolleicord last night. Printing it tonight. Lovely stuff.

    sample: farmer's market_0001.jpg
     
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    A roll of 120 Arista EDU Ultra 100 in HC-110, looks a bit contrasty but printable.
     
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    8 sheets - two Expert drum loads - of whole plate HP5 Plus, in straight D-76. Two or three weeks ago.

    Most recent printing was shortly before that, a frame of 6x6 TX from my Mamiya C220 with the 80/2.8, enlarged to about 5x5" on Ilford MGFBWT.
     
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    Last night , two 5x7 contact prints on Foma SP111 from some Fomapan 400.
     
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    A few days ago, one 120 roll of Agfa Scala in FX2. I accidentally forgot to dilute the working strength FX2 1:1, so I reduced the stand develop time from 75 minutes to 45 minutes.
     
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    Just finished washing an 11x14 inch print on Arches Palatine paper coated with Rollei Black Magic liquid emulsion.
     
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    just processed 4 sheets of 30 year old tri x in split ansco/ sumatranol 130 in trays
    ( they will be used for hybrid stereo trichromes ... )
     
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    KBr arrived in the post yesterday. Opened by Customs but they let it through. Final ingredient is here, so tonight it's finally time to Caffenol that FP4 I shot that's older than me...
     
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    Developed a roll of June 1998 expired Kodak T-Max 400 in Rodinal 1+25 about two hours ago. Someone gave it to me the other day and bet me that I couldn't get images on it because it's "expired" I dunno it looks pretty darn good to me. Of course so did the 1992 expired Plus-X I shot, and the early '70's Panatomic-X.
     
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    :wink:

    i always laugh when people claim expired film is bad,
    no matter how mine is stored i get great images on it
    sounds like you do too :smile:
     
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    The last film that I developed was a 12 exposure Film Pack of Tri-X that expired in 1962 that I shot on my 3-1/4x4-1/4 Speed Graphic. I made some contact prints, but the paper was not exposed enough. I will try and re-print them later in the week.
     
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