A view from the old Zangla palace.
Shot with Mamiya RB67 + 65mm lens
Fuji Acros 100 at 1/125 and f11.
Developed using the ANSCO 125 formula (shown here: bjornburton.org/ansco.html.gz)
Sodium Sulfite 22g
Sodium Carbonate 32.5g
Potassium Bromide 1g
Water to make 500ml
1 part developer + 1 part water, developed for 4 minutes plus*.
* Added developer into tank and then started four-minute development.
Agitations: first 30 seconds. 5 seconds every minute.
Scanned with Epson V600
Digital Truth calls this mix the Gevaert 212. It seemed the easiest to make from the chemicals at hand.
More or less the measurements as given below:
Film was Kodak Gold 100 (colour) 35mm.
Developed for 4 minutes. Agitate the entire first minute. Agitate thrice at regular intervals for 5 seconds, later.
Camera: Pentax k1000
Lens: Vivitar 28mm f2.8
Aperture: f2.8 (focussed on the flower)