Travels with my Holga and miscellaneous experiments in photography
This was an 8 second exposure of the train I normally catch to work in the morning. The film is Ilford Delta 3200 pushed to ASA 25000. One day I hope to call this photograph "The Train I Used to Catch in the Morning"
One question, i'm pretty new to analog photography (although i used to shoot analog, but never manually, always with my dad's EOS-300) and now i've just bought a Minolta SRT 101 and planning to buy either a Holga or Diana. But anyway, how do you push 3200 ISO up to 25000? How does that work? I really like the shot.I need to read more on different films and developing and i'm also interested in cross processing.
Thank you for your comment. Try this linkhttp://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php?Film=Delta+3200&Developer=Ilfotec+DD&mdc=Searchthis will help you if you decide to process your own films. Pushing film basically means that you process the film at a higher film speed (which means developing it for a longer time.Hope this helps
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