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Developing Negatives

Ms. Basirico Developing Negatives Test

When can undeveloped negatives be exposed to light? NEVER!
What is the last chemical and the time in the tank? Photoflow, 30 seconds
What is the agitation of the last chemical? None
What kind of film do we use, including the ASA/ISO? Kodak Tmax 400
What kind of film developer do we use? D-76
Where do you dry the film? dryall cabinet
Where do you find the developing times for film? on the stop bath tank
What leaves a brown stain on clothes? Fixer
What chemical took centuries to discover and has made modern photography possible? Fixer
What is the second chemical in processing negatives? stop bath
What is the agitation time for the second chemical? 30 seconds
What is the third chemical in developing negatives? Fixer
How many rolls of film do you receive in one semester? five
What should you do if you pour the wrong chemical in the wrong jug during developing? Tell teacher
What does processing negatives mean? developing negatives
What does it mean if there are undeveloped patches all over your negatives? Your film was not put on the reel correctly.
Describe a photogram? A picture made without negatives or a camera
What is the first chemical in developing negatives and how long does it stay in the tank? D-76, 8 minutes
What is the agitation time for the first chemical? First 30 seconds, then rest for 25 seconds, agitate for 5 seconds, rest for 25, agitate for 5 for 8 minutes
What do you do between each chemical when developing the film? quick water rinse
How do you get the film from the cassette into a tank and reel? Explain what you do, and where you get the equipment. 1. Check out equipment, 2. Put reel, spool, tank, funnel, film, and can opener inside the black bag, 3. Open the film, put film on reel, reel on spool, spool in tank, funnel on, and lock, 4. Clean, dry, and return
How many ounces of each chemical do you use when processing negatives for one roll of film? for two rolls? 10 oz. for 1 roll, 20 oz. for 2 rolls
When are your negatives light safe during the developing process? after the fix
How long do you wash your negatives for and after what chemical? five minutes after the fix
What is the agitation for the third chemical? first 30 seconds, 5 sec. for every 30 sec. for 10 min.
What do you need in order to check out equipment for developing? Photocard
Where do you check out equipment? The office
What color does the stop bath turn when it is bad? Purple
Which chemicals get recycled? Everything but D-76
What happened if your negatives are completely black? They were exposed to light.
What happened if your negatives are clear except the Kodak words and numbers? not loaded into camera correctly and so didn't shoot any pictures
What should you do if a recycling jug is full? Put full jug into darkroom, and get an empty one from there
What do you do if the developer is not in the temperature range? too hot-freezer, too cold-warm water bath
What happens if you agitate too long? uneven development
What are the consequences if the equipment is not returned in proper order (if returned in bad condition)? get detention
Where are the already mixed chemicals stored? over and under sink
Where are the unmixed chemicals stored? black cabinet
What do you do with your equipment after you are done developing? Clean, dry, and return
What will happen if your tank and reel are wet while trying to load film? It will stick like glue
How do you keep track of time that chemicals are in the tank? look at clock and write down start and end time
Created by: sissiloo