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    More fun with HC-110

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    Kodak HC-110 Dil H @75 10 minutes

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    More fun with HC-110

    Wonderful pictures.
    Those are scans from negatives or from prints???


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    Really excellent shots. The one with the sewing machines is my favorite. I'm also curious how these were digitized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luizjorgemn View Post
    Wonderful pictures.
    Those are scans from negatives or from prints???


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    Thank you!

    These are scans from negatives with Epson V600 and Epson Scan software.

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    Wow these are spectacular! You should post them in your gallery!

    Also, why did you choose dilution H over B? Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by handle2001 View Post
    Really excellent shots. The one with the sewing machines is my favorite. I'm also curious how these were digitized.
    Thanks!

    My settings:
    Epson V600 w/Epson Scan software (Sharpener: low) 3200dpi
    Levels adjusted in Photoshop

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    Wonderful pix!! I see why you like HC-110. How have your results with this developer compare with others using the same camera and film? I love the contrast and clarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Wow these are spectacular! You should post them in your gallery!

    Also, why did you choose dilution H over B? Thanks!


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    Thanks for the positive feedback!

    I used dilution B with my first development and it went really good. With my second try I followed an advice from a knowledgeable user and I really liked dilution H. I'm a rookie in the film world so I'm exploring different recipes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cepwin View Post
    Wonderful pix!! I see why you like HC-110. How have your results with this developer compare with others using the same camera and film? I love the contrast and clarity.
    Thank you!

    This is my third development but the previous results were really good or at least I'm happy.

    Please check my flickr stream with more "keepers"

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mindthe...7631225912480/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mindthemix View Post
    Thanks for the positive feedback!

    I used dilution B with my first development and it went really good. With my second try I followed an advice from a knowledgeable user and I really liked dilution H. I'm a rookie in the film world so I'm exploring different recipes.
    Well for a rookie your exposure and tones are so perfect!! So wow subscribe! And post in the gallery


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