EFKE FILM PROCESSING

About Getting started Submit Contact. I just ordered a roll of Efke 25 35mm x Wonderful contrast and fine detail in the earth. If you have to go above 25iso [dr5], shoot this film in a low dynamic-scene. A hardening fixer can be used to help protect the emulsion. If you wanted to take a given time as fixed number you would need to make sure that you:

Please note that all times indicated on any developing timetable in the world are to be considered starting values only. Fotokemika ceased all production in June We are a real factory and really try hard to keep analog photography allive whilst we could not save efke unfortunately. Testing your stock, old or new, will insure correct exposure for serious shoots. Your taste will most likely change over the years once you get to know how great a black and white photograph can look if all is perfectly worked out. I’ll post some pics a couple of days after I get the film. Technically, you could of course, but in a practicle application, there probably would be no discernable difference. Give it a try, it cant hurt.

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The way objects can be isolated leads to some fjlm results on color film and occasional claustrophobia on black and white! You are allowed to change the exposure time when figuring this out but you need to keep everything else constant does this sound familiar? Well, After a night in the darkroom, I will most likely back off some on the development time, at least for bright sunny days. You will notice that the dried print is darker than it was when wet so you want to aim a bit lighter when judging the print swimming in fil, fixer.

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Efke KB — 35mm format.

Donald, Where can you get ‘ of Efke 25? They allow both amateurs and professionals to produce high-quality prints. I will look at these developers soon, and hopefully report back in a few months with a report.

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I had used JandC for decades back when John? If it is the first underexposed by 1 stop your camera lightmeter tends to overexpose your film and you need to adjust it e. Efke products are true procdssing their rated speed. The first frame you shoot at minus 1 one f-stop less than your lightmeter indicates the second frame you shoot exactly how your lightmeter indicates and the last one plus one which is one f-stop plus.

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The Efke 25, 50 and products were made using the ADOX formulas that were first introduced in the s. The films produced their grain in the classic way and did not use modern multi layer modified crystal techniques.

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Be the first to review this item. It still works and will give you the range you desire. If you wanted to take a given time as fixed number you would need to make sure that you: If it is the middle negative your lightmeter reads correctly and your development is off. When your print is as good as you can produce it wash it and dry it. If it is the last negative overexposed by 1 stop your camera lightmeter tends to underexpose the film which most lightmeters do and you need to adjust it e.

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Unless you did a lot of work to the pic in photoshop, it looks like it came from a good neg, so you processnig be able to make a fairly nice strait print in the darkroom.

Obviously you want to do this with no film in the camera. If your negative is developed correctly it should print on a grade 2 paper or on a multigrade paper with the filter processimg in the filter drawer or the corresponding filter values chosen on your colour head with the full tonal scale.

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Film review: Efke KB-25 – 35mm format

Your taste will most likely change over the years once you get to know how great a black and white photograph can look if all is perfectly worked out.

Archived from the original on 4 March I’ve had very hard time controlling contrast on this film. Both developed in D dilution for 9min at21C.

What does all this mean? Efke is the brand name of photographic filmspapersand chemicals that were manufactured by Fotokemika d. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Film developing background informations. Your name or email address: However, the acutance pprocessing astounding. The first pic is pretty much full frame from a 6x