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    another experiance:
    agfacolor 100 c-41 film

    1. rinse in 30 °C water for 2 minutes
    2. developed in Fomadon LQR (1+10) (30 °C, 15 minutes)
    3. fixed with Fomafix (30 °C, 5 minutes)
    4. wash in 15 °C water for 30 minutes

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bacsik/5503069311/
    scanned with Epson V500 in colour mode

    try & enjoy!

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    I have done heaps of this now. So much fun, and by heaps I mean 30ish films.........its been a short career back into analogue. I have a fridge full of 120 colour film, Portra, Ektachrome, Pro 100..........and I used them in my pinhole cameras, and my Bronica. They develop with a different coloured cast on them, but they scan awesomely..................some need tweaking some dont. Most of my film expired 2004 and earlier............the price was like too good to resist and definitely value for money. eg. 5 portra film, gold, ektachrome etc for 5 dollars. I have learned heaps. Enlarging from these negatives will be a different and more difficult journey I should imagine...............but so far its been awesome fun.......have used xtol, and last night tried Rodinal with great results.
    My process has evolved to 2min soak and rinse, 6 min devo, 2 minute stop, 4 minute fix, 15min wash, 1min fotoflow equivalent..........
    and it works awesomely. I have used that across 100, 400 & 800 iso with great results...............here are some images from that fun
    http://www.pbase.com/blindpoet/image/147184993
    http://www.pbase.com/blindpoet/image/147184952
    http://www.pbase.com/blindpoet/image/147042221

    theres a whole range on that gallery http://www.pbase.com/blindpoet/life_2012

    I am no purist.........obviously the image is scanned and some tweaked............but the film is useable and adds to the finished image ..........its own character.

    so go for it............buy up film and shoot it.....

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    While I have got the cheap colour film to learn on, and devolop in bw chems, there is a certain addiction forming I think. Part of that is akin to my move away from the digital age of control and perfection................yes getting real film eg bw will be perfect, again I have arrived at total control...........doing the colour film in bw chems...is exciting because I so dont know, its like a potter opening the kiln and not knowing..........and I have some lovely images from what would be considered failures...........definitely not perfect. So even if I had the money, and like you I have to watch mine.......colour film in bw chems would be a viable choice for me......I love the random................

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    I tried Fuji C200 in Maco Ecoprint B/W chem (1+12, 5 min, 20C) and I got some pictures on the roll at least.

    You can see the results here:
    https://photofying.wordpress.com/201...th-film-roll-4

    Keep in mind that I'm a beginner at this whole film development stuff, so I may have gotten worse than necessary results due to mistakes in other parts of the process.

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    That happened to me a few times (35mm) accidentally, and the results were horrible each and every time. Came out way underexposed, and very dark bluish/greenish, and splotchy. Not even sure if the film won't disintegrate later. Note: film was Portra 160 and the rolls were processed to completion in standard (XTOL I think) b&w chemistry. I did not discard the developer later, but probably should have.
    [FONT="Arial"][/FONT]John Weinland

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    if you click on my avatar
    look on the left side where i have " albums "
    one has color films (and slide film)
    processed in b/w chemistry ..
    it is a PITA to print using age old techniques
    but a piece of cake if you are a modernist.

    YMMV

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilper View Post
    I tried Fuji C200 in Maco Ecoprint B/W chem (1+12, 5 min, 20C) and I got some pictures on the roll at least.

    You can see the results here:
    https://photofying.wordpress.com/201...th-film-roll-4

    Keep in mind that I'm a beginner at this whole film development stuff, so I may have gotten worse than necessary results due to mistakes in other parts of the process.
    I see that I draw some traffic to the blog through here, so there's some interest in this kind of cross processing. I did another roll yesterday, and scanned it as colour negative film. The results can be seen here: https://photofying.wordpress.com/201...-film-roll-11/

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