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    REICHENAU MILL -CAFFENOL DEVELOPER

    I spent this morning at one of my favourits haunts - Reichenau mission. As my aim was to test Caffenol and Fuji Acros, I looked for textures, contrast and low-light subject matter. I am pleased with the developer/film combination, particularly the way in which it handled difficult lighting situations.

    6x6 Pinhole camera with 38mm f/l
    Acros developed in Caffenol.
    Scanned and toned in Lightroom. Warmish highlights and coolish shadows.

    Regards,

    Lawrie. Attached files

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    Window sill.

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    Wood paneling.

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    Old bench.

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    REICHENAU MILL -CAFFENOL DEVELOPER

    Nice set of images.

    What formula do you use for the Caffenol?

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    Superb set of images, particularly the interior shots.

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    REICHENAU MILL -CAFFENOL DEVELOPER

    A beautiful set, this certainly handles the difficult situations very well

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    Beautiful tones and sharpness.
    Love the window sill.

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    REICHENAU MILL -CAFFENOL DEVELOPER

    Lawrie:

    The second one is lovely, but I keep going back to the first. I think that it works really well. It exhibits pinholiness.

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    REICHENAU MILL -CAFFENOL DEVELOPER

    What formula do you use for the Caffenol?
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    I have been concentrating on the Caffenol-C-M formula. At first appearance the noticeable fog level concerned me but the final scans show no ill effects. I will be adding a little potassium bromide to reduce fog.

    Regards,

    Lawrie.

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