Testing No Color Studio’s no. 10 film stock, as well as development tests for
Ilford Ilfosol 3and Ilfotec HC as these were what I had and there were no available times yet.
If you haven’t already, go check out the first part of this series, it was pretty short.
An experimental film with a clear base and spectral sensitivity up to 780nm. It’s 100 iso but you can pull to 25 and push up to 1600. (I plan to test that out 😀)
This stock gets some pretty great contrast, and handles over-exposure well. There is a tendency to find fogging around some sprocket holes, but this doesn’t appear to affect the image.
Roll Number Two
This time around I developed in
Ilford Ilotec HC @ 1:31 for 6 minutes. I was going to try Ilfosol 3 again, but the last of my bottle had oxidized so I didn’t chance it.
This is only the center 1/3 of a frame, It was portrait and I cropped just the center
Some snow berries, the whites this time around are much more accurate
Sad half a hydrant, I forgot it’s 29 exposures in a recycled canister 😬