Developing 35mm Color Film at Home: Tetenal Colortec C-41 (Snippet 30)

Developing 35mm Color Film at Home: Tetenal Colortec C-41 (Snippet 30)

May 2, 2019 29 By Bernardo Ryan



photographing with film is a beautiful process in large part I think because it's an entirely physical and mechanical event you can hear and see each individual step from loading the film into the camera to the sound of the shutter to the role of develop negatives but for the past year we've been missing out on one of the most beautiful and interesting steps developing your own film [Applause] you I'll be filling so what are we doing – trying to develop this home for the first time and were to be very good coloring releases blocking my view I need to get the water 2:30 okay please any instructions the developer in the sixer have to be a 3830 in it so it's like 38 green ok so now we sit all the developer drums with water and let it soak for 5 minutes okay what is that the develop what makes you attach is looking really light up yeah there's no like instructions on education in the manual for some reason No alright so that was the first minute of agitation okay 13 you got that all right and now we do the stabilizer pretty cool some data very cool on there okay all right moment of truth yeah yeah I think it's done doesn't say to do anything else that is crazy I believe that actually work what how cool is God set that oh there we go done this is what you work you gotta stand them yeah to see but I'm very proud of you [Applause]