Homemade B&W - part 2/2

by Piotr Matura November. 11, 2019 340 views

A I promised last time, I'm coming back to share photos second roll from my very first "batch". Before that, I want to thank everyone that liked my recent posts and added comments - they were all very encouraging and I appreciate them very much!

Photos I want to share today come from a film that was shot during last Summer and it mostly contains captures from the city I live in - Tarnów.

I think it came out really good from developing and the fact that it was waiting for it for few months did not affect it at all. Quality of images is rather good, probably thanks to very good lighting conditions for every frame.

Without further ado, here are the photos:

For those interested in more technical details, there are some (the same for both rolls I developed):

Film stock: Fomapan 200 (ISO 200)
Camera and lens: Minolta XD7 + Minolta MD 50mm f1.7 / Sigma MD 28-80 f3.5/4.5

Developing process:
Developer: Fomadon P - 5 minutes
Stop bath: Fomacitro - 20 seconds
Fixer: Tenenal Superfix Plus - 4.5 min, 5 min (second roll)
Wetting agent (after rinsing): Tetenal Mirasol 2000 - 90 seconds

If you are interested in more details, just let me know and I'll try to prepare dedicated blog post next time I will be developing ;)

As I metioned last time, I did another developing, this time two rolls I shot while on a trip to Berlin in July. They also came out really good and I will also share them in a few days

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Berckmans Peter 1 year, 8 months ago

Photos could be tsken behind my corner. Very nice

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Piotr Matura Replied to Berckmans Peter 1 year, 8 months ago

Thank you, Peter smile Funny you say that you could take similar photos in your city - I guess some things or places are alike, no matter what the country wink

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