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Colour in B/W

Kodak Colour 400 developed in B/W developer to give a grainy and not too contrasty image. Had to guess the developing time based on the time for B/W film. Came out ok for first try – however the expired 200 colour film I developed in the same bath didn’t come out as well….

This is one of the 200 film with the contrast turned up and more grain than anything else.

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Posted by simon on October 13, 2010
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  1. 10/14/2010

    Hi
    Really good for beeing the first development in B&W… I am like you, I returned to photography using film instead of the digital technique. Nowadays I use only Lomo cameras and some older models that i fall in love with and just must buy. Now that we got our second child there will be hard to find some time to scan all the things i did this summer, but hopefullt very soon.

    Keep up the nice work..

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  2. 10/14/2010

    Nice job. I tried this a while ago but accidentally used a roll I hadn’t shot yet. Woops. I can’t believe how good they look. The last time I saw this done the shots came out all grainy, brown and looked half destroyed.

    Congrats

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    • 10/14/2010

      I read that you had to use bleach or K4 (whatever that is) to take away the sepia but these came out straight B/W

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