I have a roll in my F100 too. It’s quite a lot more grainy than I would like personally... I might actually try shooting the other roll at 200 instead to see if it makes a difference( or change the HC 110 dilution to do 3 minutes instead of 6). Be interested to see what you think of it.Doesn't look too much wrong with it, Lee? Slightly worried as I bought a roll with my last order, to test out. Thought it might make a useful cheapo alternative to Tri-X now the latter's getting quite pricey.
I quite like the first one...
Cheers Lee.I quite like the first one...
Interestingly when I do flower photography I nearly always place them to the right(so with your second one I'd have switched it horizontally...maybe it's an OCD thing )
Nah, his bark's worse than his bite!Looks like the dog is the chairman of the Herne Bay Angling Association. I bet he maintains tough discipline during the meetings.
I believe it's the deadly Dandelion and Burdock strain you've got to watch out for!Corona virus....?
The Holga is great for this sort of thing. If anything, and speaking from experience, the images become even more Holga-ey when you somehow crack something up.Today I developed a roll of HP5+ shot in a Holga, at the Hopper Mausoleum. This was built in 1752, adjacent to a tiny church, in the middle of nowhere near the Northumberland-Durham border.
I totally messed up the development but actually quite like the results. I meant to semi-stand develop in HC110, diluted 1:160. Unfortunately when I poured the developer in, two things happened:
a) developer poured out of the middle of the two part Jobo tank, because I hadn't pressed it together properly.
b) I realised I had actually mixed the developer at 1:31 so it was about five times more concentrated than it should have been.
I tried adding some water to dilute the developer some more but I still ended up with gross overdevelopment. With a "normal" camera I probably would have thrown the negs out but since Holga images are supposed to be lo-fi I decided to go ahead and scan them.
Here's some of the results:
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