black and white film developing

1. Get an old 35mm film that you can use for practise. If the film leader is still poking out, just pull out all the film and cut off the end, separating the film from the canister. Dump the empty canister. If the film has been fully rewound into the canister, proceed to step 2. 2. Get a bottle-cap opener.

Get a film development kit for black and white photography. A film development kit will come with all the chemicals you need to develop your photos. The kit also comes with a development tank with a spiral loaded inside so you can easily load and unload your film strips. Make sure the kit you buy is meant for black and white photography.

Dec 04, 2020 · Hello all Need a bit of advice. I have a bunch of 10 to 15-year old black and white films (35mm and 120) that I never got to develop. There's a bit of...

1. Get an old 35mm film that you can use for practise. If the film leader is still poking out, just pull out all the film and cut off the end, separating the film from the canister. Dump the empty canister. If the film has been fully rewound into the canister, proceed to step 2. 2. Get a bottle-cap opener.

Get a film development kit for black and white photography. A film development kit will come with all the chemicals you need to develop your photos. The kit also comes with a development tank with a spiral loaded inside so you can easily load and unload your film strips. Make sure the kit you buy is meant for black and white photography.

Dec 04, 2020 · Hello all Need a bit of advice. I have a bunch of 10 to 15-year old black and white films (35mm and 120) that I never got to develop. There's a bit of...