Fuji GX617 and FP4+ in Rodinal at Rocky Creek Shut-ins (Movie 2 of 3) - Develop The Film
In a three-part series, I take you on a journey to Rocky Creek Shut-ins at Klepzig Mill deep in the Ozark Mountains where 19th century pioneers once lived and made a living using these fresh spring waters.
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In this second video, I share my semi-stand development process for Ilford FP4+ film that I develop in Rodinal for an incredibly beautiful negative that has full tonality from glistening highlights in the waterfalls to open shadows.
I think you will enjoy this three-part series as I take you in the field with me in video one, then into the darkroom to develop the film where I share my entire process with you of how I develop the film using the semi-stand method using Rodinal, and in video three, I make a split-grade silver gelatin darkroom print.
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Keywords: black and white film, contact print, darkroom print, fp4+", fuji gx617, ilford, ozarks, panoramic, silver gelatin darkroom print, waterfall
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