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Coiled – ADOX Silvermax 100 (35mm)

Coiled

ADOX Silvermax 100 shot at EI 100
Black and white negative film in 35mm format

 

Coiled - ADOX Silvermax 100 shot at EI 100.  Black and white negative film in 35mm format.

Coiled
ADOX Silvermax 100 shot at EI 100.

Black and white negative film in 35mm format.

 

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  1. @mparry1234 I think @Stig_Ofthedump just gave mea roll of this with developer.

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  2. Dammit, like I NEED to shoot yet another film stock!

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  3. @mparry1234 Stunning!

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  4. Why I still need to shoot Silvermax. 🙂

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  5. @BelieveInFilm that is a wicked image

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  6. @BelieveInFilm Silvermax has been whispering at the back of my feeble brain …

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  7. @BelieveInFilm just about to try this unusual film. Is it necessary to develop it in that dedicated chemical?

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  8. @BelieveInFilm just about to try this unusual film. Is it necessary to develop it in that dedicated chemical?

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