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  1. Sjauch

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  2. Sjauch

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    Largest Indoor Buddha in Western Hemisphere.
  3. Grabbed the yellow foil tube, ripped it open, popped the film into the SWC. Meter to 320, shoot pictures, practicing my scale-focusing technique. Got home, popped the roll out, into the darkroom, "TMax 400 - hmm, HC-110, 4.5 minutes 72°F normal" Developed away. Poured out the developer - looked like a slasher movie - red gore everywhere. What the....? Got the film into the stop bath, and then grabbed for the backing paper in the trash. "KODAK EKTAR 100" (My mistake of course - but gosh-darn Kodak for giving up on the old color-coded individual wrappers. Green for 400 B&W, Red for CN, Purple for Plus-X/Tmax 100. I've loaded and exposed the wrong film before, in the distant past - never unintentionally run a roll through the wrong process before, though.) Went ahead and fixed - there are images there. Dense reddish base, of course. Finished as for B&W, wash and Photoflo. Actually - for underexposed two stops, run through the wrong chemicals for the normal (wrong) time at the wrong temperature - the results are amazingly usable! I wanted B&W, and that's what I got. Not God's gift to the Zone System for tonality, perhaps, but certainly within the functional range for gritty street shots. A bit on the contrasty side - and with ZERO latitude. Shots that were right on the money scanned very well - but 1/2 stop under were really thin on shadow detail. Bit of sludging on some frames - if they were important shots, I'd rewash and use C-41 stabilizer instead of Photoflo for the final bath. Very fine grain. Interesting that Ektar 100, usually known for bright reds, in this case reproduced red/orange/pink very dark (DOGGS kiosk was pink, drink crates red, traffic cone orange).
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