This tricky and weird emulsion was all over Ebay a year or so ago. I got a bunch of it and was able to figure it out pretty quickly. It’s 3ISO with an 85B filter. It might have some leeway here and there, but this is where I shoot it.
I believe this was the first time I developed it in ECN-2 chemistry. The sky is freaking out, and I’m not really sure why. This lens does have a pretty crazy drop-off around the edges, so it’s probably got as much to do with that as with anything.
‘Walked in the Heart’
Camera: Crown Graphic 4×5 (1962)
Lens: 127mm f/4.7 Rodenstock Ysarex; f/16, .5sec
Film: Kodak Vericolor 4111; 3iso; 85B Filter
Process: DIY ECN-2
South Mullinix Road, Spokane County, Washington