Developing c41 Film





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Uploaded on Feb 3, 2011


This is a video tutorial on how to develop C41 color negative film at home. I use a Unicolor kit in this demonstration and some aspects of this video are specific to that. The general principles involved, though, apply to all small tank, home based, commercially available processing kits.

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I apologize for the mess, this is a working food kitchen when I am not developing film.
I didnt show a clip of loading the film because I figured if one is ready to develop C41 film than they can reel film, I apologize again for that but I would recommend you do a youtube search on reeling film.


Both the kit and tank are available from freestylephoto.biz

REMEMBER. The time for the C41 developer and blix are dependent on the kit one is using! Be sure to thoroughly read the instructions of your kit before you begin processing.

ALWAYS use proper safety procedures, including wearing protective glasses and gloves, when mixing photo chemicals. Be wary that certain chemicals can be volatile, and accidental mixing can have unexpected results.

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