10 Kommentare

  1. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres ·

    awesome photo 😃📷👍

  2. francislee
    francislee ·

    @mackiechartres thank you : )

  3. duffman
    duffman ·

    Fuckin amazing!!

  4. milchtrinken
    milchtrinken ·

    Super awesome picture <3

  5. francislee
    francislee ·

    @duffman thank you : )

  6. francislee
    francislee ·

    @milchtrinken thank you : )

  7. northernsceneinsouthernlight
    northernsceneinsouthernlight ·

    @francislee -- Absolutely love these! Thank you for sharing!!

  8. francislee
    francislee ·

    @northernsceneinsouthernlight thank you your like : )

  9. samuelzollner
    samuelzollner ·

    very great, how did you develop the film? I also shoot a lot of fomapan but for me the results are not as grainy

  10. francislee
    francislee ·

    @samuelzollner thanks for liking my works. below is my formula, hope can help you. Enjoy : )

    1) Watering - pre-wetting about 1 minute.
    2) Developer (I always use Kodak D76)
    Pour the prepared developer into the developing tank. The pouring time should not exceed 10 seconds. Shake the developing tank gently for the first 1 minute after pouring to ensure full contact between the developer and the film. After 1 minute, Shake once every 30 seconds, for about 3 to 5 seconds each time. The shaking movement of the development tank should be even and gentle, so that the chemical reaction between the liquid and the film will be more even. The time of the development process will vary depending on the type of developer and film. , Developer manufacturers generally provide reference data for common negative films. If you are interested, you can try developing and recording at different times to find out your preferred film development mode. After the development time is completed, the developer is also poured out.
    3) Stopper
    After the development process is completed, pour the stopper into the film processing tank. The stopper preparation time is about 30 seconds to 1 minute. When the time is up, pour the liquid out.
    4) Fixer
    Pour the fixer into the processing tank. The time required for fixing is subject to the value provided by the manufacturer. Generally, it takes about 3 and a half to 4 minutes for fast fixer and about 7 minutes for high wave fixer. After the fixing time is reached, pour it into the tank. Pour out the fixer out of the processing tank and recycle it. The fixer can be reused for about the third time. When reused, the fixing time must be extended. Each reuse of the fixer extends for about 3 to 4 minutes.
    5) First Wash
    Next, perform the initial water washing. Pour clean water into the tablet processing tank and shake it. Pour out after about 10 to 15 seconds each time. Repeat several times to complete. You can also choose to inject continuous flowing water for washing, which takes about 10 to 15 seconds. Completed in 3 minutes.
    6) Hypo Clearing
    Pour in the Hyper-Scavenger. After pouring, gently shake the film processing tank for about 1 minute. When finished, pour out the Hyper-Scavenger.
    7) Second Wash
    The steps are the same as the first washing. Pour clean water into the tablet development tank and shake it. Pour it out after about 10 to 15 seconds each time. Repeat several times to complete. You can also choose to inject continuous flowing water for washing, which takes about 10 to 15 seconds. Completed in 3 minutes.
    8) Wetting again
    After the second wash, the film has basically been rinsed. Before hanging to dry, first pour the water spot prevention liquid into the film processing tank and soak it for about half a minute to 1 minute. After completion, pour out the water spot prevention liquid.
    9) Drying indoor

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