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    Little church

    A very cute little church in the mountain of Réunion Island, Mafate Circus. To see it you must walk about 3h...
    This is is the first I process C41 at home, very scary in the beginning, but it works
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    Tonio, you captured a dramatic atmosphere very well. It was really worth to walk 3 h for this picture. And congratulations to your first C41 home development.

    Developing film in C41 is easier than developing bw film. You have to master one well defined process. The only critical points are the temperature and the length of the first bath, the developer. The rest is not so critical. To get excellent bw negatives is much more difficult as you have so many variables.
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    Very dramatic.
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    Cool shot and nice job on the processing. I keep waiting for my local lab to tell me they're shutting down their film processing altogether. Given how much C-41 film I have stashed away, I'll have to get the hang of processing it at home.
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    Nice work! Look at that sky! I too home process c41 and find I can get very consistent results. There's a good instructional here that I found very useful when I started...
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ordfabriken/2971532482/

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    Great shot. Dramatic sky- i like it. Agree with Rene- really worth 3hours walk. And congratulations to your first c-41 -well done

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    The colors are beautiful. What's your film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvy View Post
    The colors are beautiful. What's your film?
    Fuji superia 400 for this one.

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    Really nice image! Plus, congratulations to home processing.
    The world is not black and white. It often looks good in grayscale, though.
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    Grat shot and C41 processing

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