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Developing Adventures – Getting Agitated

I don’t consider this a complete disaster, but it was an experiment gone wrong so I thought I’d share. I brought along my Yashica Electro on a long distance doctors appointment as my “emotional support camera” loaded with Kentmere Pan 400 film. I have used and developed this film before with no issues. Here’s a… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Getting Agitated

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Developing Adventures – Mishaps in Processing

I started developing my own black and white film earlier this year after sending it out to a lab started to get a little bit too expensive for me. I received a Film Photography Project kit for Christmas last year that comes with FPP76, which is a smaller batch of Kodaks D-76 developing powder. As… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Mishaps in Processing

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Developing Adventures – Pushing Kodak Tmax 400 to 1600

Kodak Tmax was actually the first black and white film stock I ever shot with back around 2013 when I got back into film photography. It is a high contrast film, which isn’t usually the look I go for these days, so I haven’t shot with it much recently. However, I had a roll in… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Kodak Tmax 400 to 1600

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Developing Adventures – Pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 1600

In my last Developing Adventure, I talked about pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 800 and explained that it is a film stock manufactured by Ilford as a more affordable alternative to their HP5 400 Plus film, which is usually my go-to black and white film. (To catch up on my past developing adventures click here)… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 1600

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Developing Adventures – Pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 800

In continuing my quest with pushing and pulling different black and white films, I have started to explore the more affordable film stocks for this endeavor as Jeremy Zorns on Facebook recommended. I don’t know why I didn’t even think to do that, but that’s why I love this community because I tend to be… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 800

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Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford Delta 400 to 1600

It was recommended to me to try pushing Ilford Delta 400 next in my quest for a film to shoot handheld indoors at home, so on this installment of Developing Adventures, I have pushed a roll of 120 Ilford Delta 400 to 1600. I developed it in stock Kodak D-76 for a whopping 14 minutes… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford Delta 400 to 1600

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Developing Adventures – Pushing HP5 400 to 1600

My quest continues. First of all, thank you all for your comments and recommendations on my last few developing adventures. It has been a lot of fun so far experimenting and learning. I started this series as a sort of journal to let people come along with me as I learn. I hope you’ve enjoyed… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing HP5 400 to 1600

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Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford HP5 400 to 800

If you have been following my blog for the past month or so, you know that I have been experimenting with different films in order to find one that can be shot handheld around my house in low light. I have so far shot Ilford Delta 3200 at 1600 with nice results, but the price… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford HP5 400 to 800

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Developing Adventures – Pulling Kodak Tmax P3200

My quest to find a film that can be used in low lighting, everyday shots around the house is still on. I last reviewed pull processing Ilford Delta 3200 to 1600 to lower the contrast. I liked my results, but wasn’t crazy about the amount of grain in skin tones. This week I decided to… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pulling Kodak Tmax P3200

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Developing Adventures – Pulling Ilford Delta 3200 to 1600

I am always on the search for things in my film journey, and now I have been on the hunt for the perfect film to use for pics of my family and home indoors in low light without having too much noise and contrast. I have tried several films so far which I will review… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pulling Ilford Delta 3200 to 1600