January 27, 2012
Date night at the Walker Art Center on Flickr.Canonet QL17 GIII | Kodak Tri-X 400 (shot at 800-3200) | Rodinal R09 1:100 | 120 min
My second stab at stand development, this time using 5mL of Rodinal and a hint of Borax to control fog. I agitated 15 sec/min for the first 5 and then 15 sec every 30 min. thereafter. I think it turned out nicely! Shooting at 3200 might be pushing it, but I basically metered for 400 and then adjusted for a reasonable f-stop and shutter speed and shot. I love the flexibility stand development and Tri-X gives me! I don’t want to have to fiddle with my camera too much for each shot. Luckily, I have a cute, willing subject who puts up with my nonsense ;o) This is our trip to the Walker Art Center. They have all sorts of interesting things there, I especially enjoyed the exhibition on graphic design they have going on now. This particular shot is in their video bay benches, where random artsy videos are playing on a loop. I think this one had someone walking on their hands underwater. They call it art! More info here: www.walkerart.org/.

Date night at the Walker Art Center on Flickr.

Canonet QL17 GIII | Kodak Tri-X 400 (shot at 800-3200) | Rodinal R09 1:100 | 120 min

My second stab at stand development, this time using 5mL of Rodinal and a hint of Borax to control fog. I agitated 15 sec/min for the first 5 and then 15 sec every 30 min. thereafter. I think it turned out nicely! Shooting at 3200 might be pushing it, but I basically metered for 400 and then adjusted for a reasonable f-stop and shutter speed and shot. I love the flexibility stand development and Tri-X gives me! I don’t want to have to fiddle with my camera too much for each shot. Luckily, I have a cute, willing subject who puts up with my nonsense ;o) This is our trip to the Walker Art Center. They have all sorts of interesting things there, I especially enjoyed the exhibition on graphic design they have going on now. This particular shot is in their video bay benches, where random artsy videos are playing on a loop. I think this one had someone walking on their hands underwater. They call it art! More info here: www.walkerart.org/.

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