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develop b+w film at home!!

Discussion in 'Books and Media' started by PeZ, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. PeZ

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    I've never gotten round to trying this.... Hmmm LOL
     
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    May as well just buy proper developer, it's not that expensive and much simpler than mixing together all that stuff. Anyone can develop B&W film, it's really not that difficult to get right once you've had a few goes.
     
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    I used to develop b+w photos in the loft of my old house, I used to really enjoy sitting up there for hours messing about with different techniques and exposures. I still have the enlarger floating about somewhere. I might even sell it if anyone was thinking about taking it up?
     
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    ah, happy days. Still have my trusty UPA5M somewhere packed away in its case.

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  6. johnsalomon

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    That's an awfully strange looking enlarger there, styru - is that just the label, in Italian?

    A friend of mine has an ancient Soviet model of some sort in Finland, and wants to sell it, if anyone's interested.
     
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    Italian, where?
     
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    Oh - I think when I first loaded the page, your image hosting site was busily vomiting all over itself.
     
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    Half the fun's experimenting though I think, it's not always about getting perfect results, it's about seeing 'what if'

    Anyway this is my boys room :)

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