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Monday, 15 July 2013

Hex of Ergot (Popping Corn) - a Super 8 film

Hi!

I wrote a post a few months back about the 'micro-residency' of one day I attended, hosted by Spur and Project Space Leeds. This is the result! Shot and hand-processed in one day, and edited in camera. I hope you like it!


The Hex of Ergot (Popping Corn) from Cherry Kino on Vimeo.













x Martha

2 comments:

  1. where do you scan your film?
    Is there a DIY way to develop color negative film?

    Saludos desde México!

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    1. Hi Rata! This particular scan was done by Genevastop in Bristol, UK. It is reversal film, but yes you can develop colour negative film yourself - use the Tetenal Colortec C-41 kit, and follow instructions in the booklet to mix the chemistry, then it's 3 mins 15 secs for first developer, then 4 mins for bleach fix, then a thorough water rinse, and then stabiliser for 1 minute. You'll need to rinse off the black remjet backing with gloves on, using a soft cloth or sponge with washing up liquid on it. Rinse well. Dry. There you go!
      x Martha

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