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#1 Nojus Drasutis

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 01:50 AM

Hi,

Soon we are shooting a short film on V2 5205 250D shortends from various movies shot in our country. I tested the stock, exposed every reel(10 reels) on 125 ASA and did 0, +1,+2,+3;-1,-2,-3; We developed it in C41 (removed remjet first in Alkaline) with no pull or push, just regular ( 3:15min; 3:30min,4min)

Film emulsion is really really thin and there are really not much details in the frames. Should I try pushing it one stop in developing, exposing it at ASA 50, ASA25 and so on?

Also, I'm going to send it to the proper lab for real development when shooting is finished but now I'm thinking what to do.

I wish we could develop tests in the real lab, but there's no lab in our country, so that makes the testing really difficult.

Thanks for any replies.

 


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