Nightly Routine..

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For those that have young ones Im sure you can relate to the nightly routine.I developed my first roll ever last night and these are a couple that was on it. Taken with Yashica 35GS ,Ilford HP5. Developed in Ilford 3 at 6.5 min @ 20 degrees cel. C&c always helpful and welcome.

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Ahhh yes, the morning and night routines are always prime photo ops. If you like HP5, you should try it in Diafine with the film rated at 800.

I purchased 8 rolls for a member over at FM for $15 so I thought it would be good for my first develop since I know nothing about developing.I have shot some Ilford and Tmax before but had those sent out for dev.
 
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Side question ...What is the standard workflow in scanning and PP negs.I have read alot of different methods . I use V500. PSE9 and LR3
 
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V500 is a good scanner to start with.
Which software of scanning do you use? I use 3 softwares but i only use 2 as most: Epson Scan and VueScan, i didn't like SilverFast much even it is unbeatable.

I just scan normal with 16bit grayscale and sometimes i make it 24bit color for B&W @1200-2400dpi, color is a different story, then i do more PP with PSCS4/CS5.
 
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V500 is a good scanner to start with.
Which software of scanning do you use? I use 3 softwares but i only use 2 as most: Epson Scan and VueScan, i didn't like SilverFast much even it is unbeatable.

I just scan normal with 16bit grayscale and sometimes i make it 24bit color for B&W @1200-2400dpi, color is a different story, then i do more PP with PSCS4/CS5.

Im using the epson software
 

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