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Lately I have been developing film. Its total cost with shipping and everything was about 22 dollars. You have to understand this is not a professiona...
Here is what you need: Chemicals: Kodak T-Max Developer and Fixer. List of ingredients: Vinegar, rubbing alchohol, and water Materials: Meas...
My developer: Was 1 part concentrate to 4 parts water. So Mix it up and store it in a bottle, I like using gatorade bottles cause they are thick and s...
The Stop Bath: is simply 1 part vinegar 4 parts water, and it stops the film from developing.
The Fixer: is probably the most complicated cause you cant mix all of it up at once. It has a shelf life of two months. It is also a weird ratio. From...
Wetting Agent: is rubbing alcohol. It prevents water marks on the film when it dries. You can buy photo-flo for cheap but I have no access to such. De...
The Developing Tank: is basically a plastic container with a lid. You will be agitating the fluids inside of the tank so it needs to be tight. Agit...
Dark Room: Preferably a bathroom. Because it is nearly a dust-free area (the steam settles the dust) and it has a sink. Having a sink is really nice w...
Put everything in your dark room: and we will start loading the film. (no film was harmed solely for this instructable) First I would suggest knowing ...
Pour in developer: Make sure to read all the directions, time it right, and dont forget to agitate. All developer is different.
Pour out the developer. Now add the stop bath, I let it soak for five minutes. Then I poured it out added tap water, agitated and poured out again.
Now add the fixer: I did a little research and they said leave the film in for around 7-15 minutes. I left mine in for 13 minutes it came out fine.
WASH WASH WASH WASH: thats it run it under the water until you completely know that no fixer is left on the film, you can do this with the light on.
Hang the film: I have an instructable on how to make these clips. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Develop-Film-Drying-Clips/ Now hang and a...
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