In last week’s post I showed results of stand developing a roll of film whose provenance was questionable for a variety of reasons. This week I’ve got the roll I developed with it, which I actually shot all one one day when we were having really big surf and stormy weather.This roll was shot on my trusty Nikon FE and Nikkor 35-105 mm lens, using Eastman Double X ISO 200. I pushed the film one stop because I love contrasty images. I was able to develop it with the roll from the Pentax because….stand developing. I am sure I’ll be using this method more in future because I’m a person who shoots a ton of different films all the time so it’s not often I have two rolls of the same film that have also been shot the same way. This lets me develop any two black and white rolls with any ISO at the same time (since I only have a two spool tank). Some things I learned were – I probably DON’T want to agitate the film except for a few gentle swishes. I DO want to be more careful to tap it hard to remove air bubbles. As you can see some of these shots suffer from bubbles, also although I love grain, this made them exceptionally grainy given that I only pushed one stop. Still….I’m overall happy with the results and I’ve learned something I can use in future.