Whoop whoop: As promised we present a double selected works for august and september. Due to our highly successful summer festival we don´t present a selected works for august.

Part 1 presents selected FineArt black and white images.

Each image shows the attention to detail that we put to every B&W film in the lab. B&W film processing requires more time and attention in the development, because every film type requires its own parameters such as time and temperature. During the drying of films after development is also critical to ensure absolute cleanliness because automatic dust correction does´t work with this kind of films. The infrared dust removing our scanner works only with color and not with black and white films.

Our real black and white scans are among the cleanest scans on the market. You benefit from our long experience in the field of black and white fineart processing. These scans are also suitable for very large prints! Since we deliver pure black and white scans, color shifts are absolutely taboo.

In addition, we print your negatives in collaboration with Wolfgang Moersch on finest silver gelatin paper in the darkroom!

Daniela Benzin, Ilford HP5 35mm

Robert Stelter, Ilford Delta 100 35mm

Anna-Marie Langer, Ilford Delta 400 35mm

Daniela Benzin, Rollei RPX400 35mm

Angelika Krinke, Ilford Delta 3200 35mm – Visagistin/Stylistin:
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Jörg Bergs – Scan vom Silbergelatineprint: Ilford Delta 100 120, Papier Ilford MultigradeWarmtone, Selen+Schwefeltonung

Robert Stelter, Ilford FP4 35mm

Angelika Krinke, Ilford Delta 3200 35mm – Visagistin/Stylistin:
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Jörg Bergs – Kodak TX400 @1600ASA

Wolfgang Überich, TX400 120 6×6

Horst Stolz – Kodak TMax 400

Robert Burtzik – Kodak TX400 35mm

Jörg Bergs – Kodak TMax400 – Scan vom Silbergelatineabzug

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