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  • How to do C41 at Home

    written by maxwellmaxen on 2012-04-02 in #gear #tipster
    How to do C41 at Home

    After almost two years of nonstop shooting film and more than $1000 worth of expenses on processing and prints, I needed to reconsider my budget and find a way of being able to shoot more and pay less. And then I started to process my rolls at home. It is as easy as it could be and I‘ll show you today how to do it, step by step.

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  • First shots with my brand new Lubitel 166+

    shared by theresia on 2011-11-07

    Also the first time I have developed any film at home. I used caffenol and pushed it from 400 ISO to 1600 ISO. Some pictures appear to be overexposed so I may have pushed it a bit too far. However, I really like the result!

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  • First shots with my brand new Lubitel 166+

    shared by theresia on 2011-11-07

    Also the first time I have developed any film at home. I used caffenol and pushed it from 400 ISO to 1600 ISO. Some pictures appear to be overexposed so I may have pushed it a bit too far. However, I really like the result!

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  • #13562179

    shared by nanaphotography on 2011-06-16

  • Party Hat

    shared by pompoms13 on 2012-01-01

    Silly Bon Bons Christmas Hat tradition

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  • Tattoo Session 2

    shared by homer on 2011-10-18

    March 2011; A general view of ink as Cormac English gets a sleeve tattoo at Live Fast Tattoo, College St., Dublin. Shot using a Canon EOS 50 loaded with Kodak Tri-X 400.

  • Developing Black and White at Home

    written by woosang on 2011-06-21 in #gear #tipster
    Developing Black and White at Home

    All you need it ONE chemical, just one, the rest are ingredients that you find in the home or in the supermarket. Its very easy, takes 40 minutes or so and you save lots of money!! It works every time on slow films. Not so good for fast films. I can do this in the smallest of places no darkroom required

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  • Developing Negatives for Beginners

    written by onescoop on 2011-10-14 in #gear #tipster
    Developing Negatives for Beginners

    Developing your own black and white negatives can be cheap and deceptively simple with a little help. I have just learned how and will share my experiences here.

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  • Ziggy at Home

    shared by weidong on 2011-12-21

    he feel xmas!

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