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alexmuir


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HP5+ 135 exposed at 320 ASA and developed in ID11 1+3. Initial agitation for 60 seconds, followed by 8 hours in developer at 20C.
Date: Mon, 9, December, 2019 ∑ Views: 360
Filesize: 120.3kb, 549.7kbDimensions: 1400 x 1009 ∑
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Keywords: Drop developing
Film make, size & rating:: HP5+ 135 320ASA
Film developer & temp:: ID11 1+3 at 20C
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 35mm f2.5
Tripod used Y/N:: No
Paper:: MG IV RC Glossy
Paper developer & temp:: MG at 20C

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Terry S
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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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Tue, 10, December, 2019 1:36pm

First go at this 'drop developing' Alex?


The thought that popped into my head first, was how contrasty it is on my screen. Mostly very dark tones.


Not sure if I like it, I'm afraid, but these things have to be done. Smile


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alexmuir
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Tue, 10, December, 2019 1:53pm

Hi, Terry. There has been a recent thread where a member asked about this method of processing. I thought I would give it a try. Iím not keen on the results, although I am intending to try again with HC110, and more controlled subject matter.
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Terry S
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Wed, 11, December, 2019 12:12pm

Yes, I've been following the thread with interest Alex.


Good on you for trying the method though. Personally I don't have enough time otherwise I might have tried it.


I'll be interested to see both yours and the OP's results.


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Rob Archer

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Sat, 28, December, 2019 10:10pm

Fascinating. It looks as if the leaves and twigs in the foreground have almost started to solarize. There's also a marked edge effect. I'd be tempted to try again but with the developer even more dilute - maybe even 1:10. That might reduce the contrast but make the edge effect even more dramatic. Do I like it? Not sure, but I can see it working for some subjects.
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