old tmy 4x5 sheets
old tmy 4x5 sheets
Ilford SFX, and Kodak Portra 160.
Ilford SFX (w/ B+W 092).
Tmax 100 and Delta 3200
Ilford FP4+ 120 (as 6x7) and 8x10.
Used plain old box speed for the 8x10, metered with a 30+ year old Sekonic L398 Studio Deluxe selenium incident, and developed per Ilford's recommended time/temp/agitation. The negatives came out perfect. Gotta' love Ilford.
I just developed my final roll of Kodak HIE, bought for a quid in Jessops in 2010, frozen for a year, thawed out when my freezer died and then refrigerated for a year, then spent a fortnight in my warm darkroom. I photographed buildings in my home town with my Yashica 635 in June/July 2012 using the panoramic setting. This was only the fourth time I've tried HIE. I exposed it through an orange filter and a meter set at EI100. The resulting negatives have a good dynamic range and most are acceptable, and I'm looking forward to printing them. That should give hope to those with some HIE still frozen - it's not as delicate as we thought.
I'm disappointed as there's a tramline right down the filmstrip! So I might have to turn to the dark side. Oh well, I'll try another roll.... oh wait I can't - Mama took my HIE away! :(
I don't know what film I shot. I was stupid enough to load something in my RB67 back and then forget what it was again. I've exposed some frames at ISO 100, I hope it's Reala.
I also have 10 rolls of Tri-X in 35mm waiting to be developed.
I'm shooting some 120 Kodak Portra 400 in one of my Mamiyas.
Kodak Gold 200 in a newish FM2N
BW400CN in a nice Nikkormat FTN that I just purchased here. No results yet.
Provia 100F. Here are two long exposure shots (8 seconds or so on a Mamiya RZ) recently taken and developed:
San Francisco at Twilight by Thomas N. Abbott, on Flickr
Oakland Bay Bridge at Twilight by Thomas N. Abbott, on Flickr