This is followed by a wash, and a final stabilizer and rinse to complete the process. After the developer, a bleach converts the metallic silver generated by development to silver halide, which is soluble in fixer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The C process is the same for all C films, although different manufacturers’ processing chemistries vary slightly. These C negatives appear orange when viewed directly, though the orange base is compensated for in the formulation of color print materials. Retrieved from ” https: He sells a lot of film and old cameras.

Dutch Film Group – Ja wij gebruiken nog steeds film! I’m earning my scanner back lightning fast by not having to pay for their tiny scans! I’m not Dutch, and I shoot digital at present. Almost all C films contain multiple layers sensitive to each color. On an image from regular black-and-white film, the individual silver particles forming the image are seen as grain. The prints my HEMA photokiosk makes always have a horrible yellow overcast, and this for me can ruin a picture because the colours are very important to me.

Thank you very much!

They developed the first one really good, with indexprint. Kaometet 9 years ago. Each of these layers have different speed and contrast characteristics, allowing the film to be correctly exposed over a wider range of lighting conditions.

Hemq because of this, I decided to buy a good scanner. Instead, C negatives and prints have clouds of dye, causing the resulting image to appear different from that of silver grain. Hemw, and by the way, thank you very much again for all this precious informations. Yes, some Hema’s have 1 hour service, but otherwise they send it to Fuji Labs.


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The finished negative is printed using color photographic paper to yield a positive image. I guess there still is truth in “Leica legend”.

If they can also do the scans, that could really be the low-fi solution I’m looking for. Uh, wow, that’s interesting, I can also have a rookworst hope that the spelling is right at the same time ;- In fact that could really be a good solution: And if you want them to not cut, they don’t cut.

On an image from regular black-and-white film, the individual silver particles forming ohtwikkelen image are seen as grain.

C also may be processed in E-6 yielding positive images with a strong green cast, caused by the orange mask. Like the black-and-white film process, the C process can be used to push process films.

Prices are very descent, service is great! C film consists of an acetate or polyester film base, onto which multiple emulsions are coated. Welcome to the Netherlands btw, how’s Utrecht doing for you?

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As the silver is developing, oxidized developer reacts with the dye couplers, resulting in formation of dyes. Kind of a mixed thing Not professional care but it does the job well. Just looked at some of your shots, nice bokeh on that Ikea portrait! Dutch Film Group – Ja wij gebruiken nog steeds film! In Utrecht would be much better. I think you can get them scanned at all HEMA’s, or printed, or just developed.

In Utrecht I could find: Due to the long-term instability of dyes, C negatives can fade or color-shift over time. But when there isn’t they send and deliver what you want.


Anyway, I find myself in Utrecht, at least for a couple of years more, and I’m thinking of going back to film. Now I get my negatives in one hour and for very little money.

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Almost all C films contain multiple layers sensitive to each color. Not sure if this adds to the discussion, but I’m am very pleased onntwikkelen the fast and cheap developing of the HEMA.

Anyway, my question is: You can have everything developed there, either by the amateur lab or pro lab.

While regular black-and-white films are not intended for use with C chemistry, some photographers have used C developer to develop high-contrast black-and-white films such as traffic surveillance film and Kodak’s Technical Pan.

I mostly use slides, and I could never notice any difference, apart from price, between different labs. Hi people, sorry for sort of sneaking into your group: Or just like Kruidvat? In addition to multiple emulsion layers, real films have other folm that are not sensitive to light.

And you can always get it developed very cheap at HEMA. Beneath the blue layer is a yellow filter, composed of dyes or colloidal silver. This page was last edited on 15 Novemberat After exposure, the film is developed in a “color developer”.