canon a-1 | kodak tri-x 400 (developed in pmk, scanned with pakon f-135)
what can i say? she has many interests.
ran a roll through my hasselblad in the studio this afternoon and i’m sure a few darkroom prints will be made soon (oh yeah, i keep forgetting to post about finally finishing my darkroom - made a few test prints last week and i’m totally addicted).
hasselblad 500c/m | kodak tri-x 400
here is how this happened. a while back i needed to develop my first 35mm b&w roll – so far i’ve only been doing medium format, have a metal tank and reel for that but no 35mm reel. a metal reel costed more than a new plastic tank with reels, so i decided to go for that, a paterson tank with adjustable reels. there is a learning curve involved, loading plastic reels is quite different from metal reels. this was my second roll and after a few attempts – you know, while doing it inside a changing bag – i finally loaded my 36 exposure roll and put it in the tank. i was chatting with a friend, walking her through the procedure of home developing… and i did not pay to attention to how i inserted the roll in the tank. if you are not familiar with paterson tanks, they hold 2 stacked up 35mm rolls (or 1 120 roll), but if you develop just one, you can place the roll on the bottom reel and make less solution (290ml instead of 500ml). except i put the reel with the film on top and that let the film out of the developer for all the time it wasn’t being agitated (10 sec every minute for 6:30min). same goes for stop bath and fixer. once fixed, the result is final. and this is it. still kicking myself for not paying attention.
canon a-1 | fuji neopan 400