Roll 39

Camera: Holga 120N

Film: T Max 100

Date Developed: 08.08.10

Development: T Max developer, 7 and a half minutes @ 21 degrees, fixed 8 mins.  Ilford protocol for spiral tanks used for washing, with additional sets of 20 inversions until pink dye was no longer visible in discarded water.

Notes: Still getting some annoying bubble marks if I don’t do enormous amounts of tapping and banging the tank during development.  I’ve made sure I have higher levels of solution in the tank but the bubble marks continue to appear every so often, which is somewhat frustrating.

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~ by suehimages on August 13, 2010.

3 Responses to “Roll 39”

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  2. Sue, I find that if I crack the lid a bit and allow some air to escape prior to tapping it helps. I think placing the cap on my tank after adding chemicals creates a bit of a vacuum and loosening the lid after the first agitation has worked pretty well for me.

    Always enjoy seeing your work…

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