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Processing C41 colour film in black & white chemistry

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I have had promising results developing colour print film in standard black & white chemicals. Not only is it identical to processing black & white film but the fine grain and wide exposure latitude of C41 colour film is preserved in a black & white negative. 588 more words

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The Importance of Elbows

This image is from the Olympus OM-10 users manual (available for download here). It offers the kind of advice a beginner-photographer should bear in mind but only for the split second that it takes to turn a page. 239 more words

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TMax 400 Test roll

As of right now, I’m currently working three jobs.

I don’t mind a bit. I love being busy, plus I’m doing everything I can to save money so I can move far, far away! 454 more words

Where can you still get film developed?

The question burns: Where can you still get film developed?

Not long ago, the answer was eveywhere: Costco, Walmart, Target, Walgreens, CVS, et al. They processed 35mm color film in an hour right in the store.  833 more words

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Konota C41 Development Bliss

Color film development has always been hard for me, because of the absence of a water temperature controller in my apartment. At the end of my time in Baltimore, I had only ever processed E6, which is arguably more difficult than C41. 195 more words

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