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A Few Shots from the F100

by Todd on June 5, 2011

I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted here; longer than I intended, and not because I’ve lost interest in shooting film. I’ve just been really busy with other stuff. But I dug out the F100 today and did a few portrait shots of Diane, even though she wasn’t thrilled with the idea. Then […]

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A Quick Dip in Rodinal

by Todd on April 10, 2011

I’ve processed 7 or 8 rolls of film by now, all in Rodinal, and most using  a steep dilution (1:100) and a “stand” protocol. In this case I wanted to try a more typical protocol, and see how it affected grain and contrast. The film was LegacyPro 400, which is said to be re-badged Fuji […]

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My First Processing

by Todd on March 31, 2011

Developing film was completely a black box to me until very recently. I have to thank Dave at University Camera for encouraging me to jump in, and assuring me it wasn’t that hard. After some research, I settled on stand development in Rodinal as my first foray into film chemistry, and this post includes three […]

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