Thanks for the replies. Below are two frames from the clip-tests I made, processed in not-so-fresh E6 chems (just past rated capacity):
Really Blue. The abrasions seen are from the makeshift methods of holding short strips in a developing tank.
@ R.Paul, I had considered using an 85 filter to neutralise the film's halogen lamp balance. I saw your samples- there appears to be a bit of blue left, but I think that's manageable for experimental or special "artistic" purposes.
Looks much much better than it has any right to considering you're using out of date film and almost depleted chems.
The Vespa has a cool daytime / nightime thing going on.
Shoot and post some more
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