First roll of tungsten

I so wished for blue but it all turned purple!

Film home developed:…


  1. cryboy
    cryboy ·

    For blue tones you need a normal process, E6. However it's a great album so! :)

  2. sandravo
    sandravo ·

    Thanks for the heads up @cryboy! I am seriously considering to try E6 processing at home.

  3. cryboy
    cryboy ·

    Since october 2012 I develop at home, but only in c41, because I noticed that the E6 process is more expensive and probably is better continue to take my rolls to the lab for E6 process. Sincerely I don't know if it's easy or difficult to do at home, if is different from c41 process or not....however I think it would be a lot funny! Enjoy and good luck!

  4. avola
    avola ·

    I love this colour!! Today I shot my first Tungsten wish me luck :-)

  5. sandravo
    sandravo ·

    Good luck @avola! Looking forward to your results!

  6. dreamseller
    dreamseller ·

    greeeeeeeat album! i love the colours!!!

  7. sandravo
    sandravo ·

    @cryboy I have the same thoughts... C41 is cheap and easy, chemicals have long shelf life. I develop C41 almost every day. But E6 is expensive, more complicated, and the chemicals go bad rather fast. But I am curious though... Let me now if you give it a try!

  8. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    Wow!!! So beautiful <3

  9. emkei
    emkei ·

    beautiful album!

  10. sandravo
    sandravo ·

    Thanks guys! @emkei @mafiosa

  11. ohlordy
    ohlordy ·

    Stunning album!

  12. auratus
    auratus ·


  13. asharnanae
    asharnanae ·

    I love the purples that tungsten gives, but I do now have e-6 chems, and would like to see how it comes out developed this way too. i just need to mix up a batch and try them out, must get round to it.

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