Husband

©Jo Rierson Rolleiflex 3.5E type 1 Kodak T-Max 400/ HC110- Dilution H

©Jo Rierson
Rolleiflex 3.5E type 1
Kodak T-Max 400/ HC110- Dilution H

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3 thoughts on “Husband

  1. TMAX looks pretty good in HC110, I haven’t had much luck with it other than shooting it at 1000 and pushing in Acufine, Tmax developer and D76 produced uninteresting results….but there’s lots more to try, as well. I haven’t ever attempted any pull-processing with this film, have you?

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    • I have LOTS of expired film that I have collected from local professional photographers I know who do not shoot film anymore. This roll of TMAX expired in 1998 but was cold stored. Because of the age I rated the film at 200 and added an extra minute to the normal 400 processing time.

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      • I tend to find that B&W film can last forever…ive developed stuff from the 70’s and I’ve been shooting up a brick of Trix from 1987, and the results are actually better than the newer emulsion. Color…well…not so happy with that.

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