Frugal Film Project – Matt Melcher – March

Matt is shooting a Pentax P3n and Fuji 200. He is using a bleach bypass alternative process for the project. Don’t forget to check out his podcast, Box of Cameras!

P3n289

P3n290

P3n291

P3n297

P3n299

P3n312

You can read more about Matt Melcher here.

2 thoughts on “Frugal Film Project – Matt Melcher – March

  1. The grain is interesting.
    Do you know what results from processing C41 colour film in ‘normal’ b&w chemicals, eg D76? I understand you can process b&w C41 film in conventional b&w chemicals.

    1. In most cases you can develop color film in D76. It’s the film daze that may need to be dealt with when scanning. Most color print films have an orange colored base. There are other variables that may affect things like grain. Experiment and have fun.

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