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Processing Color Negative in BW chemicals

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  1. neanderthalis

    neanderthalis

    Do you believe you will continue flying when you return to Europe?

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  2. vicuna

    vicuna

    @neanderthalis: I really don't know... I'll see what opportunities I'll have to do so (and the cost of it...) but for sure, it will not be as magical as here...

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  3. neanderthalis

    neanderthalis

    Perhaps you will find new challenges and adventures when you return to Europe, but no, I do not think anything will be the same as your Southern Pacific adventures. At least you have all these amazing pictures as memories, and it is not impossible to return there someday.

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  4. vicuna

    vicuna

    @neanderthalis: you're right, it's an unique lifetime adventure I'll never forget and I have so many pictures to remember it! :) And of course, it's not impossible to come back in a few years.... :)

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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 in bw chemicals, diy, bw scan, c41, d76, home processed, bw, aeroclub, plane, airfield, airport, flying, and belairgon 114 mm lens. 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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