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  1. why-yu

    why-yu

    love it

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  2. carsten-schmitt

    carsten-schmitt

    Nice. Which caffenol recipe did you use? Iodised salt or Bromide?

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  3. atria007

    atria007

    i used coffee + sodium carbonate @carsten-schmitt =)

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  4. carsten-schmitt

    carsten-schmitt

    Sure, but no fog restrainer? Depends on the recipe and the film speed I reckon

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  5. atria007

    atria007

    fog restrainer?? what do u want to say?? sorry i dont understand..if u want the reciped i can send u =) i used coffee water + carbonate sodium..fixer and so on... i think that depend the time developed..but im not sure what do u want meaning...

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  6. atria007

    atria007

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  7. carsten-schmitt

    carsten-schmitt

    No worries. Some Caffenol recipes (e.g. caffenol.blogspo.com) use Bromide or salt to keep the base fog on the negatives in check, especially with higher speed films.

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  8. atria007

    atria007

    @carsten-schmitt ahhhh ok ok i understand...XD yeah i modificate it coz someone use vitamine c but me i tryed without and the result are ok...i know that exist a lot of variants recipes..i thik that work for the develop time but im not sure..it was my first time =) for this reason only shot a radom pics for tryed ehehehh

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  9. carsten-schmitt

    carsten-schmitt

    Well, here's a good resource: http://www.caffenol-cookbook.com/
    Developing with Caffenol is great fun, particularly the looks of people when you tell them what you are doing. "You are developing films with *what*?"

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  10. atria007

    atria007

    @carsten-schmitt no with this method no...@flashstalker spoke with me about it when he was in spain..after that he wrote an article and i translate to spanish...well other lomofriends fond in a site the same method but in this used a vitamic c..well i tryed to used the flashtaker method but my friend ( spanish friend and me) find the proportion for use with a 400 iso and for example 110 format too..we did it and works ok =) but thanks for link...i read and its nice too...the next time ill try to do it =)

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  11. grazie

    grazie

    nice depth of field

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  12. iamatrespasser

    i love the feeling in this one

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