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Lake Loveland - Velvia - 4x5

 
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Aug 20, 2015 23:08 |  #1

Here's my first home processed slide film (or color film for that matter). I used the Arista Rapid E-6 kit to develop it.

Just a shot of one of the lakes in my town.

Taken with a Zone VI 4x5 camera and Fujinon W 125mm F5.6 lens, using a 2 stop graduated ND filter. Shot on Velvia 100 and processed with Arista E-6 chemicals.

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Aug 20, 2015 23:15 |  #2

Wow, I didn't know that it was possible to develop color film at home. Pretty cool.


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Aug 20, 2015 23:17 |  #3

Thanks. It's possible to process both E-6 (slide film) and C41 (color negative) at home. Just need a daylight tank, the chemicals, a timer, a basin of water at the right temperatures and a thermometer.


I accidentally put this in the wrong forum though, I meant to put it in the Nature and Landscape picture forum.


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Aug 24, 2015 12:20 |  #4

Very nice! Having had lived in Loveland for 10 years that is a view that is very memorable; never had a chance to see a sunset anything close to that though.


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