Neutral Color in B&W

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I have a fair amount of Kodak Professional Portra 160 NC (Neutral Color) but never tried it out. Having still the Hartblei Tilt-Shift on my Canon 3000N, I thought I should give it go. And low ISO film always comes out great in Caffenol.

Here are the results:

Those strange colorshifts are the results of scanning in color and letting Photoshop ‘guess’ what the color of the film might be. The blue touch comes from the orange mask used on color negatives.

Recipe used: Delta


dirk

Dirk Essl is the founder of caffenol.org And has done a tremendous amount of coffee development in the past.

1 Comment

piticu · April 8, 2010 at 5:38 pm

hi. i’ve just started developing with caffenol (actually i’ve just started developing 🙂 ) but i’ve never let the film less than half an hour in the soup. the receipe i’m using is almost the same as your delta. anyways, i just wanted to thank you for sharing the information. cheers

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