Roll 62

•April 4, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Camera: Holga 120N

Film: T Max 100

Date Developed: 20.02.11

Development: T Max 100 pushed to 400.  Developed 9 minutes @ 24 degrees, stop bath 30 secs, 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:  Couldn’t even remember what was on this roll.  It turned out to be some fairly unexciting pictures of Dunedin, NZ and some dark, dodgy shots from the bottom of a rainforest.  Some toning added fo first image in photoshop.

 

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Roll 61

•March 12, 2011 • 4 Comments

Camera: Hasselblad 500 C/M

Film: T Max 100

Date Developed: 20.02.11

Development: T Max developer, 6 minutes @ 24 degrees (new mix), stop bath 30 secs, 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:  second test film through Hasselblad.  It’s still fun to use!  I was reading back on here to the start of last year when I was having so much trouble with those plastic reels.  I’m so much better at loading them now.  I think it’s a combination a few things – practice and making sure I’m right in front of the air conditioner – but the thing that I think has made the biggest difference is making sure I clean the reels really well once I’ve used them.  I use hot water, mild soap and a soft nail brush.  If I could go back and give myself one tip that would be it!

 

Roll 60

•March 12, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Camera: Hasselblad 500 C/M

Film: T Max 100

Date Developed: 15.02.11

Development: T Max developer, 7min 30sec @ 24 degrees, stop bath 30 secs, 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: I have fallen behind.  I have kept up with the film developing, just not getting it put up here.

Test film for newly arrived Hasselblad 500 C/M. Very exciting! Not many thrilling pictures as it was really just about making sure the camera worked. It seemed to work well – it’s so loud! Made me jump a couple of times when I pressed the shutter.

Roll 59

•January 27, 2011 • 8 Comments

Camera: Holga 120N

Film: T Max 100

Date Developed: 15.01.11

Development: T Max developer, 6 minutes @ 24 degrees, stop bath 30 secs, 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:  second Holga film from Routeburn Track, NZ

Roll 58

•January 26, 2011 • 2 Comments

Camera: Holga 120N

Film: T Max 100

Date Developed: 15.01.11

Development: T Max developer, 6 minutes @ 24 degrees (fresh mix), stop bath 30 secs, 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:  I enjoyed having this little task to keep me going throughout 2010 so I’ve decided to stick with it for 2011.

I went walking in NZ in the holidays.  I took pinhole with me on the Milford Track and swapped cameras and took Holga on the Routeburn track.  Great weather on the Routeburn, nice and sunny so it suited Holga well.  The first few are from higher up the west coast of NZ.  There is another holga roll from NZ to come.

Roll 57

•December 26, 2010 • 2 Comments

Camera: Holga 120N

Film: T Max 100

Date Developed: 23.12.10

Development: T Max developer, 6 minutes 30 seconds  @ 24 degrees, stop bath 30 secs, 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:  More pictures from the beach. Toning applied in photoshop to some images.

Roll 56

•December 23, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Camera: Zero Image 2000

Film: T Max 100

Date Developed: 23.12.10

Development: T Max developer, 6 minutes 30 seconds  @ 24 degrees, stop bath 30 secs, 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:  Pictures from the beach.  Toning applied in photoshop to first image.