Near the Swallow Cave entrance

This unfortunate roll of Fujicolor iso 200 underwent many calamities. I used it to test very old camera and damaged the film only to learn that the camera did not work. Year later the film was strongly overexposed and waited a long time to be pull C41 processed, instead I finally developed it in a diluted (1:120) rodinal: I intended to compensate for excessive exposure, but because of some happening the roll spent much more time in developer than it's supposed to, and in addition the fixer was not good. No wonder negative looked pretty bad. But later I scanned several frames and I found them somewhat attractive in some strange way. More about these shots and rodinal development of color negative films in my LJ blog (in Russian) gsm40.livejournal.com/180271.html

Photographer:
gmushinsky
Uploaded:
2016-01-08
Tags:
"b&w" rodinal
Camera:
Konica Auto S3
Film:
Fuji Fujicolor ISO 200
Lens:
Konica Hexanon 38 mm
City:
Nahant
Country/region:
United States
Albums:
Overexposed fujicolor developed in rodinal
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