Last week I posted my results pushing Arista EDU 400 to 800, and today I am going to share my results pushing it to 1600. I actually shot this roll well before I shot it at 800 because I grabbed it to shoot when Kelsey and I went out one night.
Developing the Film
I processed this roll together with a roll of Fomapan 400 also pushed to 1600 (since they’re the same film) in Kodak HC-110B (1+31) for 13 minutes. Agitation was continuous for the first 30 seconds and then for 5 seconds every 30 after that.
While I have found that this film doesn’t do great in low lighted situations indoors, even when pushed, it handled well at night outdoors.
Final Thoughts on Pushing Arista EDU Ultra 400 Film
As I mentioned in my last article, since this film is Fomapan 400, this felt redundant to post. However, I had already shot my rolls, so I hope you have enjoyed my results. They’re the same price in some places so I am not sure what the deciding factor would be on which film to choose. Regardless, I do recommend these films, especially for the price point.
Until next time, stay motivated and keep shooting.