Tag Archives: C-41

C41 Success….5th time lucky!

I was beginning to wonder whether there was something wrong with my test shot so I did a quick develop in B&W chems and came up with a good images. Then I remixed my Developer and Bleach from scratch and … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting my C-41

The ever helpful APUG forum has suggested a few things that I should try. Firstly it seems I need to up the sodium thiosulphate content in my Fixer and I need better scales it would seem. Other things to check … Continue reading

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C-41 First Tests: A spectacular failure

So, I’ve done 2 tests now. The first: I blew a whole roll. The neg was completely blank. The 2nd I took a test roll, all the same shot and cut the neg into strips with a view to doing … Continue reading

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C-41 Final Recipe

I’ve done so much sniffing around for C-41 recipes that I can’t quite remember where this one comes from. I’ll endeavor to find the source…. UPDATE: Developer recipe thanks to Stefan in Germany (stefan4u from APUG) Original thread here. Thanks … Continue reading

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Mixing solids with liquids to make a percentage solution.

On a number of occassions I’ve needed to make a percentage solution. The following post on the APUG forum explains how to this: http://www.apug.org/forums/archive/index.php/t-91801.html

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Update: Raw Chemical Debarcle

While I haven’t written much of late I’ve nonetheless been completely consumed by trying to solve this C-41 raw chemical dilemma I apparently have on my hands. Who would have thought! Due to the fact that I inherited such a … Continue reading

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Another C-41 tutorial

http://brodie-tyrrell.org/wiki/index.php?C41Processing This is “Polyglot” from the APUG forum

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