Here’s a drawing I found in one of my little sketch books. I scanned it to test out a new scanner I picked up (thanks craigslist!) I got the scanner because I’m intrigued by the idea of trying to develop film at home using chemicals that are safe to flush right down the drain. Specifically, I’m looking into caffenol developer (how appropriate for someone who works in coffee) and salt water fixer… The latter is actually the dicier of the two. Lots of Internet folk say it doesn’t actually work and honestly, I don’t know what fixer does to begin with. But I’ve read of at least one success story. The caffenol part on the other hand is well documented and I’ve seen some very cool results. What I’d especially love to try some day is shooting a roll of motion film and developing it this way. That could be a bit nutty.