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i kinda messed this one up, i used ilfotec dd-x but instead of a dilution of 1+4 i did 1+9, i realised it after five minutes in the soup, then i just doubled the developing time and it kinda worked out, pretty grey alltough

pulex This photo was shot on film. Taken by pulex with a Kiev 88 loaded with Fuji Acros 100 film in Bruck an der Leitha, Austria. These tags describe this photo: acros, 88, 100, old, pea, factory, wunderkerzen, long, exposures, nighttime, portraits, multiple, russian, camera, slr, 120, medium, format, mittelformat, fuji, and kiev. This photo can also be found in the album Kiev 88 + Fuji Acros 100.


  1. vas_vas


    very cool!

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  2. mochilis



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  3. t0m7


    das is ja geil! verdammt schöne kunst!

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  4. shoujoai


    Toll *__*

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  5. violet_rayy


    works for me!

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  7. herbert-4


    Works OK. I think dilution and developement time are exponential, though. 1:9 maybe should have been about X4, or maybe X5 or X6. Last time I developed my own was about 1970. I took a class while in USN.

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