So, having obtained some Fuji64D it seemed time to experiment.
Ok, so I expected a colour cast. These are uncorrected direct from an Epson V700. The scanner will try to fix exposure frame by frame, but looking at the negatives, there is little difference even though I tried a range of EI here.
What I wasn’t expecting was the difference in colour at f/8.
Overall, it is not a bad result. In this case, I followed some of the net advice to process as normal and remove the remjet following the BLIX. Hmm, in my case, the remjet had already started to come off and ended up partly in the BLIX. I’ll need to filter that. However this was why I waited to the rated end of the Tetenal kit before doing this, so no loss.
When developing this stock ad B&W I used a washing soda prebath and vigorous agitation. In that case I had no problems with remjet adhering to the emulsion. Perhaps I’ll try pre removal for the next experiment.
I end up writing most of my things against the basic API. It requires no additional steps by the users and for the installed base of computers, (still have XP and for some special offline applications, W2K) it allows single binary platform support.
For the installation and operation of XXXXX on Windows the .NET Framework 2.0 SP2
or .NET Framework 3.x is required (please note that .NET Framwork 4 or newer will
Some time back I got very lucky with a photo of Amelia framing herself with an arc of water from the hose. It was B&W and not really focused. So a sunny afternoon washing the car presented a new opportunity.
All I have to do is get her to do it again…
Finally, but with a lower resolution waterproof camera. Have to try again another day….
Mother and boy of about four walk up while Amelia and I are feeding some ducks.
Boy: mum, you like boys don’t you. You like lots of boys!
Mother: um (turning red)
Boy: Do you like Dad?
Then she ushered him away while avoiding eye contact. Provably wishing she could disappear into a crack in the ground.
Don’t you love kids?