Kodak BW400CN processed in Diafine

  • Hans Grill 10y

    A cross-processed chromogenic B&W-film! That's quiet exceptional and unique.
    Please tell us the exact developing datas, like temperature, agitation, and, of course, the developing time.
    A well captured moment!
  • thedianna 10y

    Thanks! I did 4 minutes each in A and B, 74 deg. F. In A, I agitated 2 turns, very gently, every minute, starting immediately after adding pouring. In B, I pour, rap the tank twice after pouring, then do the first agitation after the tank has been sitting a minute. Then two very gentle turns per minute after that.
  • Hans Grill 10y

    Thank you, filmgirl!
    Now, everyone is able to follow your footprints.
  • #13 enjoyed his stay 9y

    that about says it all. :) or at least it seems to sum up many of the moments early in the lives of my two boys.
  • atmaca PRO 9y

    fantastic
  • Mark-B 9y

    with diafine...interesting. one of the pinhole photographers here uses d76 with similar results. anyway i like the composition, very close-in, and nice tones.
  • Aussie Susan 9y

    love it, it is so what those early days are about, waaaah what is this world!! LOL Loved reading abotu the development proccess too, tfs :)
  • Asri B PRO 8y

    lively baby expression..
  • Anne Mercado 4y

    Made me remember the days when my son was an infant. I actually miss those times! :) Used this wonderful picture for this post: bit.ly/v35mjv
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