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    Good Evening, Mindthemix,

    Looks as if you're off to a good start.

    1)You can get by with water for a stop bath, especially if you fill and dump several times. 2)The wash time is shorter than I would use, but five minutes should be OK if preceded by a two-minute treatment in a hypo-clear solution; I use Permawash, but there are others available. 3)The reddish (magenta?) tint is not unusual, especially with T-Max film; washing should eliminate it anyway.

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    Be careful with PhotoFlo when using plastic reels as the solution tends to gunk up in the ball bearings. But if you use SS reels then it's no problem. Not bad results for first try
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    My second try and the third T-Max roll

    Olympus OM-1n / Zuiko 21mm F/3.5
    Yellow filter

    Film : Kodak T-Max 100


    Developer: Kodak HC-110 (@75F) Dilution H
    Stop Bath: Water
    Fixer: TF-4


    Presoak: 1 minute
    Development: 10 minutes (30 seconds agitation then 5 inversions every 30 seconds)
    Stop Bath: 1 minute (continuous agitation)
    Fix: 6 minutes (5 inversions once a minute)
    Final wash: 8 minutes
    Soak in PhotoFlo (two drops): 1 minute
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    Quote Originally Posted by mindthemix View Post
    Olympus OM-1n / Zuiko 21mm F/3.5
    Yellow filter

    Film : Kodak T-Max 100


    Developer: Kodak HC-110 (@75F) Dilution H
    Stop Bath: Water
    Fixer: TF-4


    Presoak: 1 minute
    Development: 10 minutes (30 seconds agitation then 5 inversions every 30 seconds)
    Stop Bath: 1 minute (continuous agitation)
    Fix: 6 minutes (5 inversions once a minute)
    Final wash: 8 minutes
    Soak in PhotoFlo (two drops): 1 minute
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    Nice results.

    So, are you happy with what you get so far? I do the same steps as you did buy i stop bath for 30sec instead of 1min and fix for 5min instead of 6 and wash for 10min, will that make any difference you think or you still new to know the difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TareqPhoto View Post
    Nice results.

    So, are you happy with what you get so far? I do the same steps as you did buy i stop bath for 30sec instead of 1min and fix for 5min instead of 6 and wash for 10min, will that make any difference you think or you still new to know the difference?
    Thank you! I'm extremely satisfied with the results and of course I need to shot tons of rolls to start controlling every part of the process.

    I'm not there yet but I'm here to stay! love film

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    Those look great!

    I just developed some Fuji Neopan 400 in HC-110(H) and am very pleased with the outcome. I think I am a new fan of HC-110(H).

    Quote Originally Posted by mindthemix View Post
    Olympus OM-1n / Zuiko 21mm F/3.5
    Yellow filter

    Film : Kodak T-Max 100
    Developer: Kodak HC-110 (@75F) Dilution H

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    Love the V-Dubs Very nicely done!

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    Thanks for answer!

    I also started to love HC-110 from the first few times i did developed films [i think 3 times], so it will be my second or first maybe fav dev with TMAX.

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    I love those pictures!

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    Beautiful tones...
    OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
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    Holga 120GFN: Amazingly simple yet it produces outstanding negatives to print.

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