what is the last thing you developed or printed

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by jnanian, Sep 2, 2014.

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    Exciting stuff, nusproizvodjac!

    Just refreshed my chemicals to print a barn photo. I'll be ducking into the darkroom shortly. This print was requested after I posted some SFX 200 photos to the local community facebook page.
     
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    Thank you! There is lots of room for improvement, but l do see some progress in comparison to the first roll l ran through Minolta.
     
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    Fomapan 200 120 roll in Flexaret IV, using the sunny 16 and an orange filter. Fomapan has a rather disgusting glue at the beginning of the roll which l didn't pay attention to, so it ruined the first negative that l had. Also, l need to buy a lightmeter quickly, if l want to keep shooting with this camera. Also, there are scratches on some of the photos, l figured out that it is the horizontal rail that film slides across which causes the problems.
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    YES !!

    not something ot apologize about , wonderful photographs you have uploaded ( looking forward to the next batch !)

    glad you figured out the scratch they can be a real bummer. your portrait of you and the beautiful woman, is perfect.

    john
     
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    @jnanian Thank you so much for your kind words! My girlfriend sends her regards too, she was giggling like a little girl when l read her your comment! :D
     
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    Expired Tmax and outdated Tmax developer.
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    6 or 8 rolls of Ektar 120
     
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    Portra 800 in 120.
     
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    Kodak TMAX 400 - Rodinal 1+50 - 12 minutes
    From our day of snow mid-December:
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    Minolta Dynax 700si - Helios 44M - Kodak ColorPlus 200
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    Maxxum 35-80mm (too bad it's slanted, took it in a hurry...
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    bunchof photo grams
    have some rolls of film to eventually process
    also some black paper i am going to re coat and reverse..
     
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    Developed two rolls of 120 (ACROS and TMax400) in HC-110. Older film -- some scenes of the local coast, cactus in Death Valley, a grader out in the desert somewhere, odds and ends.
     
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    Fujifilm Neopan 400CN (C41 - expired 10+ years) - Rodinal 1+25 - 18 Minutes - taken with Bronica ETRSi
    Last flower on Orchid! Love the grain. etrs_014_orchid_s.jpg
     
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    [​IMG]Ya in red dress, cross-processed and erroneously scanned by Jonas Fjellstedt, on Flickr

    Beautiful photograph - reminds me to 'In the Mood for Love' - 2000 Hong Kong film written, produced and directed by Wong Kar-wai.
     
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    This is the kind of looks I am expecting. Do you have any other samples. If you have, could you please post?
     
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    Fomapan 200 in Yashica Electro 35, developed in D-76.
     
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    Testing PF 130 Paper developer (same as Ansco 130) on Ilford MGFB Warmtone vs Classic. Details here http://www.searing.photography/pf-130-paper-developer-review/
    Scan of dried prints side by side but have some added blur on left from odd scanner focus and difference of paper height. B&W mode , only sharpening.
    Left - Warmtone #2 filter exposed for 20seconds developed 90secons, Right Classic #1.5 filter exposed for 9 seconds developed 2:30.
    Both received 1/2 stop burn at top and bottom.

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    bunch of retina prints and camera prints some i hand colored
     
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    As usual, a bunch of Tri-X 120 in Pyrocat HD. I've been posting the results in the gallery.

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    Next up, some Ilford SFX shot with an R72 filter.

    This weekend I'm going to be doing some Pt/Pd printing and giving my sous-vide machine a test for keeping my developer warm.
     
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    Yes, I dared: a crown graphic 4x5 shutter test with a couple sheets HP5+ souped in Rodinal 1: 50
    Ended up surprisingly crunchy.
     
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    I made a salted paper print last weekend and will try to make another today.
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    par Ned, on ipernity
     
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    Just got a kid so have a lot of rolls to develop but here is a picture of my girlfriend and our doughter a couple weeks ago.

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    Shot on a canon A-1 with the 50mm 1.8.
    Fomapan 400@1600 developed in HC-110 dil. B
     
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    Fomapan 400 in Fomadon LQN 1+10, shot at box speed. The developer controls the grain quite nicely, combined with gentle agitation, really looks nice, l was expecting much more grain. I'll post two portraits both shot wide open, but with different Minolta lenses just to show the difference in sharpness and contrast between the two.

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    Bronica etrs 150mm TMY 400


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