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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe O'Brien View Post
    I just surround my developing tank with a number of LeRoy Neiman paintings, it gets pretty well agitated that way.
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    Better than Ansell, boy I'd like to see some of these great prints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Worker 11811 View Post
    I do the "Shake-A-Puddin'" dance when I develop my film...
    . I used to take those backpacking in the '60's.

    Anyway, that is actually pretty close to good technique for Technidol.

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    It was developed in Holy Water. It's not the agitation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoonmaniac View Post
    It was developed in Holy Water. It's not the agitation.
    Agitator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROL View Post
    . I used to take those backpacking in the '60's.

    Anyway, that is actually pretty close to good technique for Technidol.

    What a CRAZY way to develop film!
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    Better than AA... wow... you must be very proud.

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    I develop my film with an electric vibrating paint mixer mounted on a 78rpm record player, which is bolted onto an old Chevy V8 engine that is out of balance and has a dead cylinder. I can develop a roll of 35mm in 48 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootar401 View Post
    I develop my film with an electric vibrating paint mixer mounted on a 78rpm record player, which is bolted onto an old Chevy V8 engine that is out of balance and has a dead cylinder. I can develop a roll of 35mm in 48 seconds.
    Yeah, but is it better than Ansel Adams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootar401 View Post
    I develop my film with an electric vibrating paint mixer mounted on a 78rpm record player, which is bolted onto an old Chevy V8 engine that is out of balance and has a dead cylinder. I can develop a roll of 35mm in 48 seconds.
    That's an interesting rig. I use trays, and I've fastened the tray to the cone of a subwoofer consisting of an 18" driver in a one cubic yard box. You can determine how your pictures look by the music you play into the subwoofer.
    I'm working on an agitator for 35mm, it will be a film tank fastened to the connecting rod of a Fairbanks-Morse YZ engine.
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