Developing Film for the First Time

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  1. israel.lopez

    israel.lopez TPF Noob!

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    I have a refurbished Canon EOS Rebel 2000 film body, with a Sigma lens.

    I have been taking some Pictures lately, Actually Alot. Most of them are coming out pretty good. On color print.

    I was wondering, I have some Kodak Gold ISO 200 film, I would like to develop. I had researched this for awhile, but it never occured to me, that there are different chemicals to Develop BW and Color (C-41 Process) film.

    I have about 2 Gallons of Concentrated Kodak D-76 Film Developer. I dont think its possible at 20 C to develop the color film in Black and White Developer.

    Any suggestions? I probably should just go and buy myself some T-Max? or other BW film.
     
  2. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    D-76 is for BW only. You can dev C41 in it, but it will come out funky. I accidentally developed some C41 BW film in it one time.
     

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