Canonet QLIII 19, Fiji Superia X-Tra 400, 35mm,
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Mamiya C330f, Ektar 100, 120 film, 80mm 2.8,
Canonet QLIII 19, Ilford FP4+, Diafine 3+3, 35mm, film
Canonet QLIII19, Ilford FP4+, Diafine 3+3, 35mm, Film
Minolta maxxum, HP5+, Ilfosol 3, 35mm, film
From the first roll I developed, incorrectly I might add. Not to good. But still…
Canonet QLIII 19, FP4+, Diafine 3+3, 35mm, film,
This was a pretty underexposed negative that Diafine rescued for me. I still had to do a fair amount of adjustments in photoshop but I managed to get a decent exposure out of it with out exciting too much of the grain. All hail Diafine! Starting to love the stuff.
Not the best image in the world but I like the detail in the snow! Hard to do with digital.
Black Slim Devil, FP4+, Diafine 3+3, 35mm, Toy camera, my thumb, V500, Scanning
Just wanted to post a short article on the developer that I am currently using.
Diafine compensating film developer is really a great developer from a film scanning point of view. The negatives have a large mid-tone range with open shadows and controlled highlight. This is great for scanning because we have no trouble getting at all the information in the negative. Much like a RAW digital file. Scanners love it.
Here is the start of a wonderfully informative series of articles that Stephen Schaub wrote about how to develop and scan with Diafine. Please visit his site, there is a wealth of info there and it is for all skill levels. He makes learning about every thing film very easy to understand.