This post isn't about the composition of this photograph taken during a fashion shoot or the camera used, a Nikon N8008, but to say I was able to process the first 2 rolls of color film in YEARS. I'm talking about the fact I haven't processed film in over 25 years by myself.
I've been shooting lots of film lately and about 75% is C41 color or B&W that can be processed in C41 chemistry. Getting it lab processed is easy, but also kind of $$$. Actually, too much $$$ since I'm doing it for fun.
Well, about a month ago I took the plunge and purchased a C41 developing kit from the Film Photography Project store. They said it was going to be easy...OK, we'll see about that. I purchased a Patterson tank, a squeegee and a thermometer to compliment the kit. I'll post a full report separately, about the process, but my first 2 rolls was a success. After I got the chemistry mixed and got organized the actual developing time was less than 15 minutes.
I was shocked at being successful. This photo was shot on Fujifilm Superia 400 Color. I still have about 25 rolls to go, so I'm pumped. I hope my scanner is up to the challenge!!