Color Film in B&W Chemistry
I had an old roll of Kodak 400 color film and I didn't want to spend the money to have it developed in a lab so I processed it myself in D-76 black and white chemistry which I had on hand. Color film is processed at a higher temp then B&W so I upped my usual temperature to 80 degrees. I have no idea what I'm doing, just playing around, so I was really happy that anything came out. I really like the color tones of the scanned images.
All photos taken on a single day, at home and then from the car and then in Harrisburg, PA.
I used a Pentax K1000 camera that I bought when I was 18 with my first paycheck out of high school.
Keywords: 35mm, analog, cross-processed, developing, film, harrisburg, k1000, pa, pentax, photography
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