5 Frames… Of Kodak Technical Pan 2415 developed as slides (35mm Format / EI 50 / Olympus OM-1 + Zuiko Auto-W 28mmm f/2.8) – by Fabio da Silveira

5 Frames… Of Kodak Technical Pan 2415 developed as slides (35mm Format / EI 50 / Olympus OM-1 + Zuiko Auto-W 28mmm f/2.8) – by Fabio da Silveira

2020 is a different year in every way. So how about using a technical ISO 50 film and doing a reverse process to get a B&W SLIDE? It all started with an old roll of the famous Kodak Technical Pan, the film with ultrafine grain, discontinued in 2004. This roll was bought in a purchase with 2 more analog photographer friends.

Until now, we didn’t have the courage to develop this film in this reversal process (all conducted by the analog “alchemist” friend), it is a rare, expensive film with few slide development references to test on the web.

Continue reading 5 Frames… Of Kodak Technical Pan 2415 developed as slides (35mm Format / EI 50 / Olympus OM-1 + Zuiko Auto-W 28mmm f/2.8) – by Fabio da Silveira at EMULSIVE.

2020 is a different year in every way. So how about using a technical ISO 50 film and doing a reverse process to get a B&W SLIDE? It all started with an old roll of the famous Kodak Technical Pan, the film with ultrafine grain, discontinued in 2004. This roll was bought in a purchase with 2 more analog photographer friends.
Until now, we didn’t have the courage to develop this film in this reversal process (all conducted by the analog “alchemist” friend), it is a rare, expensive film with few slide development references to test on the web.
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