|Dagenham Brook, Baby Ikonta, Kodak High Resolution Aerial Duplicating Film|
|Ilford Selochrome 127 format|
|Brick Wall & Shadows, Baby Ikonta, Ilford Selochrome|
|Cones, Baby Ikonta, Ilford Selochrome|
|127 Day, Baby Ikonta, Ilford Selochrome|
The Selochrome negatives looked a little overexposed, with some fog as to be expected with films over forty years old, and there was a texture imparted on the emulsion from the backing paper, but this mainly showed up in larger areas of more even tone, such as the sky in the last photograph above.
I also shot two rolls of Kodak High Resolution Aerial Duplicating film cut to 127 size. One film I pre-exposed in the darkroom to raise shadow values, the other was shot without, although the results show no real difference. Having recently tried stand development with Ilfotec LC29, rather than Rodinal/RO9 One Shot, I also used it here. The first of these High Resolution Aerial Duplicating films was stand developed in Ilfotec LC29 at a dilution of 1:200, but, looking a little thin, I used a dilution of 1:150 for the second film. I was also using a small tank, which only held a maximum of 400ml, so the actual amounts of developer used was very small, 2ml and 3ml respectively. The best shot from the High Resolution Aerial Duplicating film is at the top of this post, all the other photographs had featureless skies, which I did expect from this high contrast blue-sensitive film, which also exaggerates the vignetting of my Ikonta's Novar lens, even stopped down.
|Lea Interchange, Baby Ikonta, High Resolution Aerial Duplicating film|
|East Marsh, Baby Ikonta, High Resolution Aerial Duplicating film|
|Leyton Sign, Baby Ikonta, High Resolution Aerial Duplicating film|