Found in a Fotokor 1

A negative I found in an old Fotokor camera, stand developed in Rodinal 1+100. This is the original scan

Found in a Fotokor 3

A negative I found in an old Fotokor camera, stand developed in Rodinal 1+100. Third scan: darker still; lost some detail in the background but the face is clearer

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From a roll of 122 Verichrome Pan I found in a Kodak Brownie 3A. I hacked a Paterson reel (the film is 3 1/2 inches wide) and souped it in HC-110 B. The roll was in tough shape, but this one frame was pretty salvageable. Ilford is offering 122 film for sale this month, so the plan is to load it up and shoot more with it!

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Found on a roll of Isopan F in an old Balda Pontina I bought recently

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Found on a roll of Isopan F in an old Balda Pontina I bought recently. The clothes (esp. the man's jacket) date this pretty positively to the mid-1950s. Per a post on a German discussion group, I developed this roll in HC-110 dilution H for 13 minutes.

Background Fotokor


Found in a Fotokor 8

With help from my friend Dan, I pulled up more info from this old neg. I changed the PS settings to allow for color-channel manipulation and was able to pull out more background detail (by making the shadows blue and the midtones red in this case)

(found) sunset

Found in a camera I bought--straight off the scanner. I like the magenta shift that happened (approximating the age of the film at late 70s: Kodacolor II). No attempt made to clean it up; looks like a double exposure.

(found) log splitting

More found footage. Kodacolor II, probably from the late 70s, souped in my kitchen C-41. I added some green and cyan to counteract the magenta shift on this one. Developed 8 minutes at 90 degrees F. Update: she's wearing Tretorn tennis shoes from about 1980.
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