26 January 2011

Home developed 1: Bruges | Medlar | Night scene

A few days ago I posted about resuming the home developing of black and white film. Today and for the next few days I’ll present some scans of the results.

The film was Kodak P3200 T-max, a high speed (ISO 3200) black and white film. Most of the pictures are taken in low-light situations and the grain of the film is quite apparent.

The film was developed in Ilford ID-11 for the recommended time for a slightly elevated temperature (processing varied around 22-23C).

The negatives were scanned as 8-bit JPGs on an Epson V500 with the Epson Scan software with some post-processing in Photoshop Elements 7.


Bruges cobbles

Cobbles in Bruges/Brugge, Belgium: reflections of light on rain-soaked cobbles | Minolta Dynax 7 | Minolta 50mm f/1.7 | 1/10s @ f/4


Medlar fruit on the branch

Medlar fruit on the branch, in a friend’s garden in The Netherlands | Minolta Dynax 7 | Minolta AF 28-80mm f/4-5.6 @ 80mm | 1/160s @ f/16


Christmas Light Night | Oxford | 2

Christmas Light Night, 26 November 2010 | Minolta Dynax 7 | Minolta AF 35-70mm f/4 @ 35mm | 1/60s @ f/5.6


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