First up a big thank you to all of you for the recent favs. It's been a crazy week and I didn't have to time to thank you guys personally.Living in Technicolor
This next bit is probably of no interest to most folk, so feel free to skip on down to the features.
Still here? Good. So, yeah, I've started processing colour film. I mention this because way back when the world was young and so was I (the '70's) I had a black & white darkroom setup and colour was the holy grail so this is a bit of a personal milestone.
If you've considered processing colour film and decided against it, it was probably for these reasons:
It's too expensive yeah, it's more expensive than b/w but it still works out about 5 times cheaper than lab processing.
It's too complicated it's a little more fiddly than b/w, but if this idiot can do it, anyone who can read a thermometer and a stop-watch can do it.
The results won't be as good/consistent as a lab this is probably true if you're on assignment for National Geographic, but for the rest of us the results are good enough and might actually be an advantage if you like the lo-fi, de-saturated, retro look.
Anyway, if you got this far, the magic cookie word is "Tetenal" The features
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