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Description: MAC HD:Users:chiefmurray:Desktop:paul master photos:1496555_10152482243279606_1467288393_o.jpg My Name Is Paul Martin Murray PHOTOGRAPHER EXTRODINAIRE story, six years old as a young entrepreneur around 1958. I Started in photography doing my own dark room form of processing and printing contact sheet in black-and-white my father had a friend named Mr. John Pain who taught me how to develop and in large and his  dark room in his basement. Backspace. After using Mr. Payne dark room I went home and on my own built it out of from the refrigerator  box made my own darkroom.  Then I move from the refrigerator box into a laundry room dear I designed dark room and then I went and purchased an enlarged black-and-white print’s after I got the black-and-white done and then progressed into color I  went from a dark room to a dark room changing bag where learn to roll my own film and package it so that I can go out shoot the amount of pictures that I wanted to shoot per roll. 

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Step-By-Step Guide to Developing Black and White T-MAX Film, This tutorial will explain the process of developing T-MAX film as a simple step-by-step walkthrough. It's a great introduction to understanding how film development works, and how you can improve your photography by giving the process a try!
More, I strongly suggest that reading through the developing process before trying it. Chemicals require specific times and it is difficult to keep track of everything if you are not prepared and somewhat familiar to the process. I choose T-MAX 100 because it has a very fine grain and it is the black and white developing process that I have had the best results with. This is what fully developed dense negatives look like. If results differ we will cover fogged flawed or thin negatives at the end of this tutorial
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  1. Tips for a beginner and tools you will need to get started Black and white  
  2. 1-2 rolls of exposed TMAXfilm
  3. Developing tank, Can opener Beaker, or measuring cup, Thermometer, Scissors,

Containers (for mixed chemicals) Negative carrier3 Containers for mixing chemicals
Chemicals: Kodak T-MAX Developer Stop Bath Rapid fixer with hardening agent Hypo Clearing Agent (HCA) Photo Flo.  Then you need a very nice basic Black & White Film Enlarger

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