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#1 Steven Budden

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Posted 05 August 2005 - 10:52 PM

Hola.

We were speaking about this a little in the 16mm post a while back.
I'd like to hand process some black and white film, not to save cash but for the subtle fluctuations in the tonalities (black and white to start).

I've found an Arkay G-3 and a Lomo spiral tank available. I was thinking that the Lomo was just better but the person who has it says that it gives such uniform results one might as well use a lab. Is the G-3 less uniform? I hear it's more of a pain.

I'd really like to start messing up film soon so I can begin to make discoveries, but I keep procrastinating out of timidity.

Any help appreciated.

Thanks!

Steven
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