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Perfect combination – Kodak T-MAX 100 (35mm)

Perfect combination

Kodak T-MAX 100 shot at ISO100
Black and white negative film in 35mm format

 Perfect combination - Kodak T-MAX 100 shot at ISO100.

Perfect combination – Kodak T-MAX 100 shot at ISO100.

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  1. I love the true blacks in this shot. What developer did you use? Thanks

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    • It was high-concentration Kodak HC-110 timed for ISO 100 at about 25˚c. I’ll always use warmer water when I want to get that obsidian look.

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