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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    hi stone

    i get that sometimes too .... sometimes
    i think it is called bromide drag, maybe i am wrong, i don't know to be honest ..
    stand developing does weird stuff to film because the developer exhausts on the film
    and doesn't get agitated to wash off and replenish with new ...

    try processing your color-stuff with agitation and see if it still happens

    good to see you having fun!
    Yea I was wondering if it was bromide drag or if it was just the camera without having to shoot another roll and process it in C-41 since I will be doing my C-41 soon but not yet, and a HUGE batch of it that will take me 18 hours to get through, I want to basically exhaust the film chemistry in one shot to get my monies worth... this is why I dislike C-41, such a waste ... just like E-6 ... there's GOT to be a way to make it cheaper... it doesn't seem like the chemicals are THAT different from B&W that it should be so costly.... well ... I digress... thanks for the thought, I guess I'll just have to shoot a normal roll and develop it normally to find out for sure.

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    I,m going to throw a portra 160 asa in the tank with rodinal right now. Thank you.

    Kees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by case-ie View Post
    I,m going to throw a portra 160 asa in the tank with rodinal right now. Thank you.

    Kees.
    Cool, just remember, you need to have exposed it at 2 stops lower... so if it's 160, you should have shot it at EI 40 ... if you didn't, then you better leave it in longer than an hour....

    I have one sitting right now actually a gold 200 shot at EI 50 ... It's just about done! yay! I'll post my results if you post yours... remember scan as if it's B&W not color film...

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    To late, but they came out OK, The film came out of a baby rollei that refuses to function the shutter worked two times and than it stopped again, so I have two pictures, asa was set on 125 , The whole film still looks brown and I couldn't get it straight in the scanner -127 film- but this is it and I like it. No post proces

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    I've got a bunch of gold 200 and superia in the fridge that probably will never get used... anyone ever tried to print through the orange with an enlarger? Hmm I wonder what different filters on the lens would do?

    Edit... actually now that I think about it, I wonder what the orange would do! I usually print on VC paper and the orange might block virtually all of the blue light. Probably end up with grade 00 prints....??

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    Quote Originally Posted by case-ie View Post
    To late, but they came out OK, The film came out of a baby rollei that refuses to function the shutter worked two times and than it stopped again, so I have two pictures, asa was set on 125 , The whole film still looks brown and I couldn't get it straight in the scanner -127 film- but this is it and I like it. No post proces

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    Good job... yea, the extra exposure compensation is mainly because of the orange mask which messes up the exposure levels, its more than than anything, if there were no orange mask I think you wouldn't have to compensate...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NedL View Post
    I've got a bunch of gold 200 and superia in the fridge that probably will never get used... anyone ever tried to print through the orange with an enlarger? Hmm I wonder what different filters on the lens would do?

    Edit... actually now that I think about it, I wonder what the orange would do! I usually print on VC paper and the orange might block virtually all of the blue light. Probably end up with grade 00 prints....??

    As I mentioned... I think that's why you have to over expose 2 stops in order to compensate fore the orange mask.

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    ok heres a few new ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    ok heres a few new ones

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    They look nice Stone, especially in tonality, sharpness is less than in B&W straight.
    I cross processed a fuji superia 200 -lighted at 200- for 1 hour in 1:100 rodinal, Pictures where taken with an Olympus XA2. The vintage look they have is the only reason why I would use this process so I cross back to straight black and white.

    Kees.

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    Cross process C-41 film stand developed in Rodinal (B&W chemistry)

    Quote Originally Posted by case-ie View Post
    They look nice Stone, especially in tonality, sharpness is less than in B&W straight.
    I cross processed a fuji superia 200 -lighted at 200- for 1 hour in 1:100 rodinal, Pictures where taken with an Olympus XA2. The vintage look they have is the only reason why I would use this process so I cross back to straight black and white.

    Kees.

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    Not bad at all, hmm maybe I'll try at one stop instead of two and see what happens, yes it's the vintage look that is the reason. I agree.

    I really like the first one a lot.


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