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    Kodak B/W Duplicating Film 4168 experiment



    This is an experiment with Kodak 4168 B/W Duplicating Film 8x10". 15 minutes in low sunlight, f:240 approx.

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    Kodak B/W Duplicating Film 4168 experiment

    Wow that's an intriguing sculpture !

    Nice result.

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    Kodak B/W Duplicating Film 4168 experiment

    If you don't mind my asking, what ISO did you use for the film? Did you develop it in HC-110? I have some 20x24 inch sheets of this film, and I am thinking about a Big camera.

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    Kodak B/W Duplicating Film 4168 experiment

    I used ISO3, and I developed in Rodinal 1:25 for six minutes

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    Kodak B/W Duplicating Film 4168 experiment

    thank you.

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    Kodak B/W Duplicating Film 4168 experiment

    Very well done!

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    Kodak B/W Duplicating Film 4168 experiment

    Excellent results, I would say. The sculpture is quite interesting. Let's have some more :-).

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    Kodak B/W Duplicating Film 4168 experiment

    Experiment worked well.

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