I should use the Welta Weltax folding camera more. The only thing slowing me down is the lack of range finder — you have to guess the focusing distance. It was my first time I pushed Ilford HP5+ film with Kodak HC-110 developer.
Development notes: the 2-stop push for Ilford HP5+ 400 film was achieved with Kodak HC-110 developer (dilution B). Development time 11 minutes in 20°C. Agitated for 30 seconds and then 10 seconds every minute. Approximately 5 inversions during every cycle. Fixed and washed.
Today I got the Yashica Mat EM back from the repair shop. I had to send it to Helsinki because its focusing was askew (off by at least a meter in closer distances). The repair shop fixed the focusing and cleaned and tuned the film advancing. I’m testing the camera tomorrow.
Also, I started a project 365 in the beginning of this year. It’s been 7 days and I’m feeling good. The 365 photos will be uploaded daily into a separate blog, Roll A Week // 365, but I may occasionally post recaps here at Roll A Week too. Here’s today’s photo.