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Hallo! Bin sehr gespant auf Eure Meinung zu Ergebnissen von meiner 3 allerersten Negativentwicklungsproben und empfehle Euch recht herzlich mein neuestes Video mit einer kleinen Übersicht über meine ersten Erfahungen mit der Entwicklungpraxis. Belchtet hab ich - jeweils zu dem ISO-Nennwert - 3 Negativfilme_ Kodak TriX 400, ein mal in Fomadon R00 <1+25> und den anderen in D76 <1:1>, dazu noch Fomapan 400 in dem vom Hersteller empfohlenen Fomadon R09 <1+25>. Ja, Resultate lassen noch viel zu wünschen übrig, zumal es nicht selten der Fall war, das von 2  i m  s e l b e n  B a d  (!!!) entwickleten Bilder, das eine von der Qualität her sehr zufriedenstellend war, das andere dagegen ünmöglich grobkörnig. Eure Meinung, Tips, Vorschläge sind sehr wichtig und unetbehrlich für eine Verbesserung meiner Entwicklungspraxis.

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