[Update] Kodak Tri-X 400

Hello there, it’s been a while. Between work, volleyball, social obligations and bad autumn weather there wasn’t much opportunity for me to shoot a whole lot of images on the last weekends. Photographing during the week itself is no longer possible – when I’m done working it’s already dark outside. Guess sooner or later I have to grab my tripod and a pair of gloves to go out for some night shots.

So far I finished a roll of Lomography Color 400 (Medium Format) and in my 35mm camera is still a roll of Samsung Prime Color 200, of which I over-enthusiasticly bought a 10-pack via eBay. Until those two are developed and scanned, here’s something to fill the time.

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Mittelsaida, Germany (July 2015)
The Ordinary 2 – Behind the Scenes (August 2015)

Week #33 – Fomapan 400

Fomapan 400 (Medium Format 120)
Fomapan 400 (Medium Format 120)

I think the digitaltruth development table might be a bit off, since the film is underdeveloped. Didn’t help that it was underexposed as well. I tried to digitally rescue as much as I could, but as a result the images look flat.

Shows the downside of “one roll per week” – if that roll is mishandled all the images of one weeks submission are trash. Also I didn’t have the time or energy to remove the dust, maybe I’ll fix that later.

Leipzig, Germany – September 2015

Shop-Talk:

Medium format (120), black/white negative film, 12 exp. (6×6), ISO 400

Yashica Mat 124G (Yashinon 80mm f3.5) + Fomapan 400.
Film bought for ~4,20 EUR via Fotoimpex.
Self-Developed @ Mühlstraße e.V. Community Darkroom.
(Xtol 1+1 / 11min @ 21°C)
Scanned with Epson Perfection V550.