Fomapan 100 in Tetenal ultrafin at 20℃ for 4.5 minutes (notes: maybe 5 minutes would work even better).
Small discussion. Due to incorrect development, the quality of frames has dropped significantly, you can call it that. That is, noise appeared during scanning, and scratches and dust are much more noticeable due to increased contrast. This is probably weird, but I like it somehow. I also find a certain charm in this. What do … More Blond doll
A little more from that long-suffering film. I am not going to repeat my feat (that’s what I think at the moment), because since then my left feet still hurts. When someone says that 30 years old is “so young”, then he/she is a little mistaken.
I do it seldom, but I do it. Underdevelop films. As on the Massive Dev Chart is written, time may vary from 4 to 7.5 minutes (two recipes) for this pair of film/developer with standard developing (at 20 in Celsius) and in 1:20 dilution. As it is a hot summer now I couldn’t make the … More Fomapan 100, Tetenal Ultrafin and my fail in developing
Camera: Nikon F55Lens: Nikon Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.8DFilm: Kodak T-Max P3200Developer: Tetenal Ultrafin (1+10, 8.5 minutes at 20°C)Scan: Epson Perfection V550
Rather grainy yet detailed enough. I don’t think I will try this film one more time, but it suits in case if you need to shoot in a very dark place. Otherwise you may choose different film. Camera: Nikon F55Lens: Nikon Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.8DAperture: F 2.0Shutter speed: 1/1000Film: Kodak T-Max P3200Developer: Tetenal Ultrafin (1+10, … More Still life with a teapot