Film Processing Tutorials
How to decide on a Black & White film and developer combination. Unlike color, where a standardized chemical process is used for all films, black and white photographers can choose from a huge array of developers. Different developers give different contrast, grain, image sharpness, and film speed. I explain it in this tutorial, and I tell you what I use and why.
I've done the hard work for you! My tested developing times and exposure indexes for a number of Black & White films in my four favorite developers.
My Film Developing Tutorials on YouTube
Black and white film developing demonstration, from start to finish
The proper way to accurately measure liquid chemicals
How to mix D-76 Developer from Kodak's packaged powder
How to load stainless steel 35mm film developing reels
How to load stainless steel 120 film developing reels
Film Developing: How to agitate
How to cut strips of negatives so that they won't bind up in plastic storage pages
Black and white film developing with PMK Pyro developer
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