FujiFilm Superia X-tra ISO 400 35mm + D76


I have decided to make an experiment and develop a colour negative film in chemistry for black a white film, in D76.

Someone told me that there were some solutions for development of the film in C41 process. One of them looks like usual D76. I didn’t want to check it up in the Internet and decided to risk. I was developing the film over 10 minutes. The temperature of the water was 36. I was surprised by the result and I liked it. The result was the rusty color. I took photos with the help of “Exakta Varex” using this film. I’m going to repeat this experiment again soon.

written by fish300 on 2010-12-24 #gear #tutorials #35mm #color #tutorial #lab-rat #iso400 #tipster #fujifilm #d76


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  1. ericeast
    ericeast ·

    You got guts, man!

  2. pulex
    pulex ·

    Tried the same with ilfosol. I developed the film for about 20 min at 20 degree. Workwd ou well. Wrote a tipster in september and it gets published in january...

  3. stouf
    stouf ·

    Nice ! Here's Kodak Portra in Rodinal (www.lomography.com/homes/stouf/albums/1649459-holga-macro/p…)

  4. earlybird
    earlybird ·

    here my result by using a iso 400 film in rodinal by 36° and 11 minutes. there is one roll in this two roll album where i did this:www.lomography.com/homes/earlybird/albums/1664010-sprocket-…

  5. earlybird

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