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Svema Foto 400 + HC-110 = Thumbs Up

And I’m back with the shots! As I said in the previous post, I took the risk and went for the development times for Rollei Retro 400S to process my Svema Foto 400 rolls in HC-110. It was a bold move for me, as I’m not a seasoned film expert and all the guestimates are quite […]

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Stuck with Svema Foto 400

Some time ago I bought a couple of rolls of Svema Foto 400 from FPP to try, and last week I was finally going to develop them. Now when it comes to developing times I always check with the massive dev chart or just google if it’s not there, and usually there’s no problem with […]

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Head in Hand

    Just don’t lose your head. In case you do, try to find it and keep it in your hands.

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It’s over, Kodak.

  Well, this is it. My 100 ft roll of Kodak Tri-X is over. As it was my first time rolling film myself I wanted to write down some points for the future based on the experience. always remember to put the cassette case on the spool before starting rolling use good tape when fixing […]

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Weekly Challenge – Temporary

  It’s been a long time since I posted a weekly challenge but couldn’t pass this one by. As my son grows up he starts to appreciate the moments spent with his grandma more and more every time. He knows she lives far from us and she comes twice a year to visit, and he […]

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Black and white with yellow

Disclaimer: this post is by no means an advertisement but my personal opinion based on the experience. This year despite all the challenges and issues I have with my photography, I’ve nevertheless made an important step forward by printing my work. I don’t mean doing it at home, it’s still very unlikely, but I started […]