Granite church (2 added on pg 2)

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Lademoen Church in Trondheim

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Tri-x, ja.
On my way BACK from Fotoimport. Or Ramp, I can't remember. :)

Doesn´t matter, both are awesome places! :biggrin:
I was heading for Fotoimport my self today, but got a call and had to stop at Japanphoto for new film instead, not exactly the nice prices as PI...
 
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You got some streaks on your negs though, saw them in other shots as well.

Any tips on how to avoid that are welcome! :)
Use distilled water to mix up the final rinse (I use photoFlow 200 diluted 5mL -> 1L), agitate it VERY gently, then pour it off right away. Then shake the excess water off the film while it's still spooled on the reel, and dry it in a forced air cabinet (as opposed to in a shower enclosure, like in my thread about developing at home. When I do that, I too get some drying marks, but shaking off the reel gets most of it.) I use a drying cabinet at school*, and it does it in ten to twelve minutes. With less spots and streaks.

* eta: School chemistry, especially the fixer, can become quite contaminated long before it tests bad. I usually take my own chemistry, or part of it - developer because I prefer HC110 to the Sprint developer they have there, and fixer because of contamination. I don't use any stop bath, and do use their hypo-clearing agent and wetting agent, as those are used as one-shot chemicals, that is, used once and discarded.
 
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Here are two from today, this time in Trix and with orange filter.
I dunno, I still kinda like the 25...

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Wow! Texture like that and B&W film: a natural combination. Very well done. I really like the effects of the orange filter on the sky.

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John
 

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