Well – not film in general, but the stuff I shipped off while on vacation came back on Monday. It took 6 days to arrive at my destination, but only 3 days to make it back home. Arg –well, at least it made it back.
There are 5 rolls of silver B&W film, and one roll of slide film. With the B&W film I plan to use Rodinal 1:50 for the Efke KB 100 (2 rolls) and Agfa APX 25 (1 roll.) The roll of Tri-X 400 and Plus-X 120 that I bought on site will be souped in D76 1:1. In the case of the Tri-X this is to minimize grain, in the case of the Plus-X its because I haven’t tested it in any other developer. This is the ‘new’ Plus-X – the old stuff I would happily develop in Rodinal.
Here’s a first glimps from the first roll to come out of the developer – Hooker Falls, shot on Efke KB 100. The film workflow is mighty slow – with at least an hour per roll for developing and more time yet for scanning it’s a slow process. In a few days, whatever worthwhile photos I get from the film will be on line.