Shot on ADOX Silvermax 100 at EI 200
Black and white negative film in 35mm format
Push processed one stop


Development notes:
ADOX Silvermax developer: 1+24, 20°C/68°F, 12:15 (N+1)
No presoak, 1-minute initial agitation, 5 inversions/minute, normal stop/fix/rinse


Roofline - Shot on ADOX Silvermax 100 at EI 200. Black and white negative film in 35mm format. Push processed one stop.

Shot on ADOX Silvermax 100 at EI 200.

Black and white negative film in 35mm format.

Push processed one stop.



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  1. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    Now I can buy a couple of rolls of Silvermax and a bottle of developer then slap them in one of my beloved Canons and see what happens!

    1. Don’t get used to it, HEH! Silvermax developer is pretty damned nice. The higher contrast a scene, the better. Also, see if you can shoot some bare metal – chrome is simply STUNNING if you can find a classic car or bike.