I pushed this this 35mm film ~ when I was in Armenia

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    valley ranch TPF Noob!

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    Greetings ~ I once lived in the dark room :

    In 2000 the wife, daughters and I went to Armenia ~ we were there for several months ``` While there I shot rolls of 35mm ~ upon our return we had many rolls developed ~ I had a darkroom and so did Uncle Arnold ~ well uncle Arnold has passed away at 99 ~ I don't have a darkroom now for years ```

    I still have several rolls of undeveloped 35mm some color some Black and White ~ I pushed the film ~ not sure I have a record of how far I pushed the speed or what ```

    Have I wet anyones appetite ```
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    seth


     
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    limr Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Appetite for what?

    (And it's whet, not wet.)
     
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    480sparky Chief Free Electron Relocator Supporting Member

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    Kinds sounds like the OP is fishing for someone to soup some film that needs push-processed.
     
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    Pass.
     
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    18 year BW old film that needs pushed.....? Use Kodak X-Tol diluted to 1:1. It will cut down on base fog and help with shadow detail. You don't really need a darkroom to just develop film.
     
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    Good luck....................:)
     
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    john.margetts No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    For the black and white film I would use very dilute developer (such as Rodinol) and stand develop. The EI of the exposure will not matter.

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    we've ranches in California and Nevada ~ it would be neat to find someone with his or her darkroom who would be interested in setting developing the rolls I mentioned ~ some are Black and White ~ just a thought ```

    seth
     
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    I did ~ not too long ago ~ come into a Beseler Enlarger ~ but I don't plan to set up again ```
     
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    Wonder if they still have a darkroom at the collage ```
     
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    You don't need a darkroom to develop the film. You only need one if you want to do wet prints.

    I thought you "once lived in the darkroom" - did you never use a daylight developing tank?

    You can develop the film yourself and then send them to get scanned at some place like Dwayne's (A trusted name in photo processing for over 60 years - Dwayne's Photo) or The Darkroom (Photo Lab Film Developing | Develop Film by Mail for $11 - The Darkroom).
     

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