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I wrote an Android app to calculate the exposure time to use for a given film and metered exposure time in case of reciprocity failure: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.monochrome.reciprocity
Normally there is a reciprocal relationship between light intensity and exp...
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Shot on Kodak TRI-X film at EI 800, developed in HC-110 dilution B for 11 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds

Aperture: ƒ/8
Camera: PENTAX MZ-S
Focal length: 50mm
ISO: 800
Shutter speed: 1/6000s
Shot on Kodak TRI-X film at EI 800, developed in HC-110 dilution B for 11 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds
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Shot on 4x5 large format #believeinfilm
Shot on Foma Fomapan 100 film @ EI 100, developed in HC-110 dilution H for 10 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds.
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Lovely Japan, would love to go again 
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Android App to help you get the most out of the Chichibu 34 Kannon Temple Pilgrimage #pilgrimage   #chichibu   #japan   #kannon   #buddhism   #buddhist   #hiking   #android   #saitama  
Since the early 13th century, a Buddhist 34 Kannon temple pilgrimage (秩父三十四...
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I made a simple Android app for myself to calculate the reciprocity failure correction for a lot of B&W films based on formula from the data sheets and the findings of Howard Bond and put it in the store for free: #believeinfilm #filmphotography #filmisnotdead #ishootfilm
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I wrote an Android app to calculate the exposure time to use for a given film and metered exposure time in case of reciprocity failure: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.monochrome.reciprocity
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+Tony Cearns I believe it is specific to the film and not to the format. Even if the backing of the film is different between formats, it will not really affect the reciproctiy correction, I beleive.
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Shot on KODAK TRI-X at EI 400, developed in HC-110 dilution H for 11 minutes. Agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds.
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Beautiful vision of Hokkaido
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What are your recommendations for (Android) Apps for film development? I've found the Dev it! App which seems to be working fine but I'm not sure if better apps exist, anything you could recommend?
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Hi +Hans ter Horst​, I use Film Developer Pro and Massive Dev Chart apps for Android. Both of those apps have very good and have extensive databases with a huge amount of film/dev combinations. I didn't know about Dev It but must say their database is tiny and non of the developers I use are listed. The app itself seems nicely designed though.
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Shot from above from the bridge over the river. Shot on Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film at EI 100, developed in HC-110 dilution E for 7 minutes. Agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds. #believeinfilm   #ishootfilm   #filmphotography   #filmisnotdead  
Shot from above from the bridge over the river. Shot on Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film at EI 100, developed in HC-110 dilution E for 7 minutes. Agitation: 2 in
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Photographer and addicted to Pentax medium format cameras and a big fan of jazz music
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After having worked mostly in Digital for the past few years, I find myself going back to my roots and shooting on black and white film almost exclusively. 

So why do I prefer film above digital photography? The simple answer is that, being mainly interested in black and white, I think the results look better. I shot several years with different DSLRs with state of the art sensors, but didn't appreciate the Photoshop/Lightroom processing of black and white and somehow I got very sloppy. I do think that I take more care composing and spend more time on choosing the aperture and exposure when shooting film; whereas shooting in Digital, I would just take several shots with different exposures and intended to junk the ones I didn't like at home. But with all those shots, I somehow never ended up with that one shot that was special. Made me lazy and certainly not a better photographer, I think is what I want to say.
I really appreciate what some people are doing in colour but I never could reach those results. So going back to black and white film made me happy again, but why stop at film? Shouldn't I go back to daguerreotype photography or earlier? You might and there are plenty of people who do, but not for me at the moment.

We did a Temple Stay (shukubo) here and it was very nice and the experience made my vacation! I enjoyed it much more than the Temple Stay we had on Mt Koya. 5 stars from me!
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