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Farm

Farm

Just randomly passed by this farm and was able to take some nice pictures. The pictures were later developed by me in Caffenol-C, fixing was done with ammonia.

goomba This photo was shot on film. Taken by goomba with an Agfa Clack loaded with Lomography Black and White (120mm) film in Rijsbergen, Netherlands. These tags describe this photo: rijsbergen, developing, shanghai, netherlands, gp3, farm, caffenol-c, and goomba. This photo can also be found in the album A Cup of Film.

5 comments

  1. alex34

    alex34

    This is the best of the lot I think, has a real vintage feel.

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  2. goomba

    goomba

    Thanks, it indeed has a very vintage look. That's what you get when you use Caffenol as a developer, ammonia as a fixer and develop the film in a light leaking darkroom. ;-)

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  3. untangleart

    untangleart

    I was thinking the same thing this one looks really like a old picture
    I never have heard of that developer and fixer but is sure gives a nice look :)

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  4. goomba

    goomba

    @untangleart Caffenol-C is simply instant coffee with soda and vitamin C to form a (weak) developer. You can find some articles here on Lomography as well as other websites on how to make Caffenol and developing your film in it. Then you can just soak your film in ammonia 2/3rd of the developing time (note that you can only fix B/W film, color fil will slowely fade away when exposed to light.

    Hope this is useful, and that you can get the same results as me! :-)

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  5. untangleart

    untangleart

    @goomba ow really I do have heard something about using soda and ammonia but I didn't know it would give something like this . so thank you goomba :) I shall give it a view try's soon

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