Chromogenic has an in-depth yet simple article on developing black & white film in your own home with the use of items most reputable camera shops should stock. The cost will probably run about $75 to start (including some cheap test rolls of 120 and 35mm) and the process takes about an hour, not including drying time.
It’s an idea I’ve toyed with for a while and I’m pretty close to diving in. Once I’ve got the rest of my share of interviews for Ruminari transcribed and posted, expect to see more personal film photo work from me here. It’s been a busy string of months lately.

Chromogenic has an in-depth yet simple article on developing black & white film in your own home with the use of items most reputable camera shops should stock. The cost will probably run about $75 to start (including some cheap test rolls of 120 and 35mm) and the process takes about an hour, not including drying time.

It’s an idea I’ve toyed with for a while and I’m pretty close to diving in. Once I’ve got the rest of my share of interviews for Ruminari transcribed and posted, expect to see more personal film photo work from me here. It’s been a busy string of months lately.

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