Nice shots! I have to admit… I hate developing film, too many things at the same time for an ADHD brain, just tried after 20 years when I realized that it wasn’t for me, and this time I struggled and screw a good amount of rolls. Just thinking that you are also rolling on120… Seems crazy to me! Any good pro tips for ecn2 developing much appreciated, I also would love to know how many rolls do you develop in a 1lt batch and which chem last longer, specially pre bath that some sellers don’t include it.
I’m also very interested in finding a good pro lab that will develop 120. I’m actually in Miami around the Bellows Film Lab’s opening, but I couldn’t find any info on the internet about them. I got also in touch with Rapid Photo, but the mentioned that the use their own personal blend chem for developing ECN2, so technically they do their thing but not sure what that is. Apparently they do not cross-process it to C-41.
BTW I find vision3, all in general but 500T at the most, to have a much wider latitude. I also don’t find that needs to be corrected to daylight if meant to be scanned. I’m a cinematographer, and very few people used to compensate with 85, etc, when going to digital transfer, and also you could rated up to 500 and so on, it also used to be a nice super fine grain vision3 100T, Fuji’s stocks were also awesome. Anyway, a personal choice.
So happy to see your posts here, for some time there was no posts here!