Lens: CV 35 f1.4 SC
Developer: Ilford DD-X
I’ve finished up shooting for SOFOBOMO 2010. I’ve still got a bit of post processing to do (and redo -see the middle of the set on flickr), but I’ve got a pretty good idea of what I’ve got to work with. See the last post for a link to the set.
In other news, it’s going to break 100F today. When I developed a roll of HP5 yesterday, the developer came out at 82F even after being cut with ice water. HP5 has longer development times than TMY2, but it was still a brief 6 minutes in the soup. I should write post one day about developing in the heat, something I first learned to do in South Korea, and something I’m having to relearn in DC as we don’t have central AC.
96 today with heat index of OMFG-its-going-to-be-miserable. Have I mentioned we don’t have central air? Window units all the way.
More Neopan 1600 @ 800 in Rodinal 1:50
M6TTL, 50 Hex & CV 35 1.4 SC, Neopan 100ss, D76 1:1
Extra fog and weirdness courtesy of opening the M6 before I had finished rewinding. Too many of those damn, novelty boot beers ($2 at Mas Amigos).
I’m shooting more than I’m posting, a lot more. I’ve still got photos from Portland ready to post, and I just shot three rolls at the Indianapolis Art Museum yesterday. Also time to re-up my stock of Legacy 400 Pro nÃ© Neopan 400. That stuff is cheap and good. The PBR of films.