Kodak Portra 400 c-41 film in black and white chemicals
some of you probably remember i finished this once – i developed Kodak Ektar 100 C-41 film in B&W chemistry. you can call this “experimentation process”, but i was sure that i’m confidently going to lose some frames with the moment of life, and i already forget what was exposed to the frames of this film and i always do feel that the loosing of taken moments is absolutely crime. To my surprise I got excellent results – every single frame turned out very crispy and contrasty. and more then this – i was happy to see that the moments and places taken to this Ektar in black and white looked more interesting due this chemical conversation.
so, i did it again – this time i developed Kodak Portra 400 in R09 One Shot (Rodinal ??). i got much more grain, of course – ISO400 opp ISO100. Taken with Fujifilm GA645 camera. why i decided to develop this roll this way? i have no patience to wait for the local lab slow color film dev process. 🙂
Will I do it again ? ofcourse !!
on the part of this roll were portraits of my friends, snapped during my “behind the scenes” shootings.
may be i will post these portraits next time.
enjoy the 645 format frames
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