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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    2015-045032.jpg by -HoodedOne-

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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    Bracken and gorse, I think? I'd have guessed England (or at least UK) though of course anywhere on similar European chalk would be similar.

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    Amsterdam station?

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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    No, Tilburg.

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    I think his question wasn't about the bicycles - although I was confused for a second as well! Very recognizable as a Dutch photograph, that one

    Btw, that means at least 3 LFP members are stomping these grounds. Feel free to drop by for coffee if you want.

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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    Just shot a first set of tests to try out my restored ICA Tropica and to try some different ground glass holders. Here's one of the first shots and some info:
    ICA Tropica 10x15 (using little rear tilt)
    Film: Fomapan 100iso (1 sec @ f 18 in low evening light)

    Developer: HC-110 (delution H, 1:63 for 10min @ 24C)
    Developed in an old Paterson 35 model II Tank which I altered so it can take larger films. Well unfortunately after development some moisture stayed behind on the film :-(
    Many thanks to fellow member xipho68 who kindly provided the film for the tests.

    Scanning the film:
    I don't have a film scanner that can take these large format films. Therefore I used an old canon flat bed scanner with my ipad as a back lighting.


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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron (Netherlands) View Post
    Just shot a first set of tests to try out my restored ICA Tropica and to try some different ground glass holders. Here's one of the first shots and some info:
    ICA Tropica 10x15 (using little rear tilt)
    Film: Fomapan 100iso (1 sec @ f 18 in low evening light)

    Developer: HC-110 (delution H, 1:63 for 10min @ 24C)
    Developed in an old Paterson 35 model II Tank which I altered so it can take larger films. Well unfortunately after development some moisture stayed behind on the film :-(
    Many thanks to fellow member xipho68 who kindly provided the film for the tests.

    Scanning the film:
    I don't have a film scanner that can take these large format films. Therefore I used an old canon flat bed scanner with my ipad as a back lighting.


    ICA Tropica testshot 1 by Ron (Netherlands), on Flickr
    Beautiful tonality! I really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    Beautiful tonality! I really like it.
    Thank you, Richard, much appreciated.
    In my - little - experience what it needs to get a good combination of Fomapan and HC-110 is:
    1. use developer and stop bath (for which I only use water) at about the same temp
    2. develop @ relatively high temp of 24 or 25C / 75 or 78F
    3. do not agitate much; better take a longer developing time of 10 or 11 min
    4. use a strong dilution
    This all might help preventing blown out highlights and reducing grain.
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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    Like this one also Ron - some drying marks on the back of the chair?

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSalles View Post
    Like this one also Ron - some drying marks on the back of the chair?

    Cheers,

    Renato
    Thanks Renato, indeed it seems next time I have to do the final wash with demineralized water.
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