processing film

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Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag?

Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag? • tank (including lid & post)

Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag? • tank (including lid & post)

Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag? • tank (including lid & post) • 2 reels

Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag? • tank (including lid & post) • 2 reels

Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag? • tank (including lid & post) • 2 reels • can opener

Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag? • tank (including lid & post) • 2 reels • can opener

Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag? • tank (including lid & post) • 2 reels • can opener • your film

Loading Your Film: What goes into the changing bag? • tank (including lid & post) • 2 reels • can opener • your film

Processing Your Film (the condensed version)

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 1. The 1st chemical to go into your tank is ____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 1. The 1st chemical to go into your tank is ____________. DEVELOPER

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 1. The 1st chemical to go into your tank is ____________. DEVELOPER

Developer is dependent on ______ and _____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 1. The 1st chemical to go into your tank is ____________. DEVELOPER

Developer is dependent on TIME ______ and _____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 1. The 1st chemical to go into your tank is ____________. DEVELOPER

Developer is dependent on TIME TEMPERATURE ______ and _____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 1. The 1st chemical to go into your tank is ____________. DEVELOPER

Developer is dependent on TIME TEMPERATURE ______ and _____________.

How do you figure that out?

Look at a thermometer by the sink to determine the room temperature - and therefore the temperature of the developer.

Look at a thermometer by the sink to determine the room temperature - and therefore the temperature of the developer.

Look at a thermometer by the sink to determine the room temperature - and therefore the temperature of the developer.

Room temperature determines developing time.

Room temperature determines developing time.

Room temperature determines developing time.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version)

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 2. The 2nd chemical to go into your tank is ____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 2. The 2nd chemical to go into STOP BATH your tank is ____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 2. The 2nd chemical to go into STOP BATH your tank is ____________. What does stop bath do?

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 2. The 2nd chemical to go into STOP BATH your tank is ____________. What does stop bath do? arrests the developing process

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 2. The 2nd chemical to go into STOP BATH your tank is ____________. What does stop bath do? arrests the developing process What can you substitute for stop bath?

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 2. The 2nd chemical to go into STOP BATH your tank is ____________. What does stop bath do? arrests the developing process What can you substitute for stop bath? water

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 2. The 2nd chemical to go into STOP BATH your tank is ____________. What does stop bath do? arrests the developing process What can you substitute for stop bath? water STOP BATH: 30 seconds

Processing Your Film (the condensed version)

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 3. The 3rd chemical to go into your tank is ____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 3. The 3rd chemical to go into your tank is ____________. FIXER

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 3. The 3rd chemical to go into your tank is ____________. FIXER What does fixer do?

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 3. The 3rd chemical to go into your tank is ____________. FIXER What does fixer do? removes unexposed silver from the film

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 3. The 3rd chemical to go into your tank is ____________. FIXER What does fixer do? removes unexposed silver from the film Fixer is the only chemical that cannot EVER be...

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 3. The 3rd chemical to go into your tank is ____________. FIXER What does fixer do? removes unexposed silver from the film Fixer is the only chemical that cannot EVER be... poured down the drain

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 3. The 3rd chemical to go into your tank is ____________. FIXER What does fixer do? removes unexposed silver from the film Fixer is the only chemical that cannot EVER be... poured down the drain FIXER: 10 minutes

Processing Your Film (the condensed version)

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 4. Water wash!

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 4. Water wash!

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 4. Water wash!

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Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 4. Water wash!

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Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 4. Water wash!

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st WATER WASH: 1 1

minute

Processing Your Film (the condensed version)

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 5. The 4th chemical to go into your tank is ____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 5. The 4th chemical to go into PERMA WASH your tank is ____________.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 5. The 4th chemical to go into PERMA WASH your tank is ____________. What does Perma Wash do?

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 5. The 4th chemical to go into PERMA WASH your tank is ____________. What does Perma Wash do? Perma Wash is like soap for your film - it removes the fixer and other gross things

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 5. The 4th chemical to go into PERMA WASH your tank is ____________. What does Perma Wash do? Perma Wash is like soap for your film - it removes the fixer and other gross things

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 5. The 4th chemical to go into PERMA WASH your tank is ____________. What does Perma Wash do? Perma Wash is like soap for your film - it removes the fixer and other gross things

PERMA WASH: 2 minutes

Processing Your Film (the condensed version)

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 6. Water wash!

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 6. Water wash!

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 6. Water wash!

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Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 6. Water wash!

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Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 6. Water wash!

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nd WATER WASH: 5 2

minutes

Processing Your Film (the condensed version)

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 7. The chemical to go into your tank is ____________.
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Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 7. The chemical to go into PHOTO FLO your tank is ____________.
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Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 7. The chemical to go into PHOTO FLO your tank is ____________. What does photo flo do?
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Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 7. The chemical to go into PHOTO FLO your tank is ____________. What does photo flo do? photo flo prevents water spots from forming on your negatives, similar to that stuff at the end of a car wash or in your dishwasher
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Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 7. The chemical to go into PHOTO FLO your tank is ____________. What does photo flo do? photo flo prevents water spots from forming on your negatives, similar to that stuff at the end of a car wash or in your dishwasher PHOTO FLO: 30 seconds
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Processing Your Film (the condensed version)

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 8. Finally, put your name on a clothespin or negative holder, and hang up your film in the drying closet.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 8. Finally, put your name on a clothespin or negative holder, and hang up your film in the drying closet.

Processing Your Film (the condensed version) 8. Finally, put your name on a clothespin or negative holder, and hang up your film in the drying closet. YOU ALSO NEED A CLOTHESPIN AT THE BOTTOM OF YOUR NEGATIVES!

practice loading film

practice loading film
1. Grab a reel and a coil of practice film. Try loading the film onto the reel! 2. Once you’ve gotten comfortable, try loading the film onto the reel AND loading the reels into a tank. 3. Now try steps 1 & 2...WITH YOUR EYES CLOSED! 4. Now try steps 1 & 2...INSIDE THE CHANGING BAG! 5. Once you can do this, see me to be “officially checked off” - (you get practice film in a metal canister, must use can opener to open it in the bag; present loaded & locked tank to me for checking.)