I recently took my OM2, a roll of Ilford SFX and my twilight red filter and shot some industrial landscapes. While the shots aren't special in any way, it was fun to shoot some 35mm after all the stress and frustration that came with my first semester of my second year in collage.
I love shooting B&W, mainly because I haven't grew the balls to shoot color, but also because I want to do everything myself. I like the whole analogue process, so I want to develop and scan the film myself. I learned developing my own black and white film at school, which cuts significantly in the costs of shooting film. With that being said, developing color film isn't something I learn at school as it is more costly and less forgiving than B&W film.
So for now I'll stay shooting B&W in Large, medium and 35mm format as there is much more I would like to tryout in the darkroom (Enlargements, dogging and burning,..) before I get my feet wet in the world of color film :)
|Product (Ilford SFX200)||time||agitation|
|Pre-wash (20° tap water)||2:00||Constant agitation|
|ID-11 (stock)||10:00||Agitated every 60sec|
|Stop bath (water)||2:00||Constant agitation|
|Fix||6:00||Agitated every 120 sec|
|Rinse||20:00||Running tap water (20°)|