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Processing Color Negative in BW chemicals

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  1. wil6ka

    wil6ka

    echt ganz geil!

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  2. vicuna

    vicuna

    @wil6ka: die Belairgon 114mm lohnt sich um was gutes aus der Belair Kamera zu bekommen... ;)

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  3. wil6ka

    wil6ka

    Ja, die Linse habe ich jetzt auch. Ehrlich gesagt habe ich noch kein einziges Bild mit derKamera gemacht :)

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  4. clickiemcpete

    clickiemcpete

    Awesome! :)

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Processing Color Negative in BW chemicals

I was curious to see what kind of pictures will come out of a color negative processed with BW chemicals. So I took my Belair with Belairgon 114mm lens, shot 2 rolls of Lomo CN 400 and processed them in Kodak D-76 BW developper for 8'30. I couldn't decide if it was better to scan it in color or in BW, so here are the results of both scans

vicuna Taken by vicuna with a Lomography Belair X 6-12 City Slicker (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography Color Negative 400 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Raiatea, French Polynesia. These tags describe this photo: color scan, belairgon 114 mm lens, flying, airport, airfield, plane, aeroclub, retro, vintage, sepia, color in bw chemicals, cross processing, d76, c41, diy, and home processed. Date: 2013-05-04. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album From C-41 to D-76 [Belair 6x12].

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