Sunday, November 02, 2008
landscape developed in caffenol
I developed 2 rolls of color negative film (Reala 100, and Agfa 200) taken with a Hexar AF, and developed in a variant of Caffenol - http://www.digitaltruth.com/techdata/caffenol.php yesterday. I used about 4 tablespoons of coffee, and 4 tablespoons of washing soda (sodium bicarbonate), for 35 minutes at about 64 deg. F., agitating once about halfway through development. I think that the next time I try this, I will use only about 3 tablespoons of each, and agitate more frequently. The results are interesting, and several of the negatives from the same roll give different color casts when scanned to color.